Run London

Friday, August 04, 2006

I just registered for
RunLondon. It's a run between the North (Norf) of London and the South (Sarf) of London.
We all get t-shirts and tags to track our times and then they add up all the times and get the average to figure out the fastest, Norf or Sarf London.
It's a 10k run so I have to push myself even further... Training commences NOW!!!


Belle said...

you freaking inspire me!!

LondonBuki said...

Lol... thanks :-)

Soul said...

ikidxwbdI'll second Belle and you are very inspirational.. I've never been a jogger or runner, but I've always wanted to run. I used to play basketball, which required short bursts of sprinting, but no sustained running over time.

A friend pointed me to this website :
I started reading their section for new runners but I was still a bit pensive about it, Then you started your fitness blog, and it kinda made sense.
So I got my butt off the couch and started, 3 weeks later I was jogging for 20mins non stop. It's now my 4th week, and I've decided to stay at 20mins and work on my pace.

Your regular updates have been missed, but but it's actually even more inspirational to see that they are no longer necessary for you to do. It seems you are handling the transition into being a runner very well.
I'm looking for my first 5k race, hopefully in October, I heard about the 10k North south run, but I don't want to run before I can walk lol.

In anycase, Thank you.
Be well.

LondonBuki said...

@Soul Let me be really honest with you, I didn't think anyone was really interested in this blog.

Now that I know you and Belle are interested, I will resume my frequent upates!

I want to share so much about the training I have started but I wasn't sure if anyone was interested...

I'll give you tips on how I was able to run the 5k run in July.

Infact, I am going to enter a post now.

I'm BACK! :)

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