This Week in Running – Records were made to be broken.

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Not this kind of record. Does anybody know what a record is?

Hello and Happy Friday! It’s a particularly happy Friday for me, because I reached a new high this morning.

If you follow me on Strava or Twitter you might be aware that I started a run streak on May 1st. I’m doing it with the company of my fellow BibRave peeps in the Strava Run Club (more about that here). I’ve played around with run streaks once or twice, but the most I’d ever done before was 9 days straight. Well today made 10 days!

10 is a long ways from 31 so I can’t get super excited yet, but a new high is a new high. I don’t know what I’ll do when I get to the end of the month, but I’m guessing I’ll take a well-earned rest day. It might involve a good beer and a cheap pizza. 🙂

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I don’t know how to shotgun a pizza. I’ll try.

Anybody else streaking? How’s it going?

9 Replies to “This Week in Running – Records were made to be broken.”

  1. Great job! Keep going. I ran 1033 days until I had to stop due to injury. The injury was not from the streak. Check out Streak Running International on Facebook. There are quite a few streakers out there that have been going for many years.

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  2. I have never intentionally streaked but I think I’ve hit double-digits a couple times when I’ve squeezed together training days so I could slack during an upcoming vacation or something. Congrats and good luck with the rest of the month! I second Chris’s comment about wanting to see a pizza get shotgunned haha.

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