Confession is Good for the Soul

Training Plan
Not doing very well am I? 6.03km down, 67.97km to go. As my Nike+ training plan cheerily reminds me, with the end date of my training plan on the 31st January, that puts me currently 63km behind. And it all started so well.

I’ve really enjoyed the Nike+iPod experience though. Running with music is great (still trying to decide what my “power tune” should be), the kilometre countdowns in your ear are genuinely encouraging, the half way point (again spoken through your earphones) is handy – if like me you run in a straight line and then back again – and I did find myself that little bit more encouraged when I’d broken a personal best (admittedly easy when you’re just starting out). The only thing that’s really annoying is when you go for a run after midnight, then upload your data to the Nike+ website but it doesn’t count towards your training plan because it falls on the next day…

But I can’t use that excuse for a deficit of 63km. The reason for that is that I’ve been recovering from a bit of flu with a particularly long tail. But now I’m suddenly, wonderfully, better.

So I can either run 17km tonight, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Or I can give myself another month.

By the way, if you use Nike+, do join the team of which I am labelled “coach”, but am actually floundering second from bottom of the leaderboard.

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4 Responses to “Confession is Good for the Soul”


  1. 1 Laura January 29, 2009 at 11:20 am

    ‘Think’ by Aretha Franklin gets me moving. I’m not sure if you can run with jazz hands though…

    I wish there was a website like that I could put all my new years resolutions into that would prompt me into actioning them all. 4 down, 8 to go!

  2. 2 Mitch Weisburgh January 30, 2009 at 9:49 pm

    Could you add an RSS feed to your blog?

  3. 4 Mitch Weisburgh February 2, 2009 at 1:46 pm

    Got it, thanks. Good luck with the running program.

    — Mitch


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