Strava BibRave Club Run Streak – And on the 32nd day….he rested.

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31 days. That’s how many days in a row I was able to run. I didn’t always want to. There were good runs and bad runs for sure. There’s something powerful about unity though. It might be funny, but I wanted to keep going because I knew that others were going to keep going.

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A Strava entry for every day. Looks pretty! 🙂

My former longest run streak was 9 days. Now it’s 31. That’s quite a difference! I give tons of credit to those of you with streaks that go months, or even YEARS. I give tons of credit to those of you streaking in other aspects of your lives. These things take discipline!

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Maybe not this kind of discipline…

It was great to have a run club on Strava to look to for motivation and inspiration. “Kudos” on Strava don’t seem like anything special, but sometimes it’s nice to know that somebody knows the work you’re putting in. It was also so much fun to read people’s post titles and clever comments! Thanks for everything, Strava buddies.

I’ll be enjoying a well-earned rest day tomorrow (actually I’ll be driving ALL day) and so the streak will end. The beautiful thing about streaks is that when one ends, another one can begin. 🙂

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