I’ve already thought about my running goals for this year, but I finally have some time to sit down and put them out there to all of you blog readers as the first month of 2023 comes to an end. Anyone have any similar goals for 2023? Good luck!
In 2021, I was successful in meeting three of my four goals. The year seemed to go well, so my 2022 goals are pretty similar, with a few tweaks. They are challenging but reasonable. Keep up the monthly 1600-meter runs for speed and run sub-8:00 by the end of the year. Back when I was … More These are my running goals for 2022
As usual at the beginning of each year, I’ve set some running goals for the new year. I know we’re already into the second half of January, but I got a little behind in my blogging. Some of the goals I already had in mind, and one of them, I added yesterday. Here goes… … More These are my 2021 running goals
I’m setting four goals for my running and fitness in 2020, and I decided to set at least two non-time goals because those were the only type of goals that I accomplished in 2019. I’m not as fast as I used to be, and for me, running is more than just fast times. But I … More These are the four running/fitness goals I’ve set to motivate myself during 2020
The bad news: I’m running more miles, but my times have somewhat stagnated. The good news: I did hit all of the non-time goals I set for myself in 2019. As I look back on 2019, I’d like to focus on the successes. I had my highest-ever mileage year, I had plenty of fun and … More I hit all my non-time-based running goals in 2019, and other highlights from the year
Disclaimer: I received free entry to the Chartway Norfolk Harbor 10K as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find and write race reviews! I’ve had the goal of running a sub-50-minute 10K for years. I got really close in 2014, with … More Will the Chartway Norfolk Harbor 10K be my sub-50?
Follow @vanessajunkin Another month of running has come and gone, and this was an exciting one when it came to my total mileage. I ran 104.71 miles. Since I wasn’t really actively training for much other than to maintain my running for pacing the Rehoboth Seashore Half Marathon this coming weekend, this was certainly helped … More November wrap-up: A month of hitting mileage milestones
Follow @vanessajunkin We’re now already more than a third of the way through February, but I’m still going to wrap up my January running! Each month, in addition to my regular blog wrap-ups, I’ll be posting a photo on social media with my progress toward my 2,018-kilometer goal for the year. I have already posted … More Nine things to know about my January running
Follow @vanessajunkin Since I didn’t meet any of my 2017 running goals, I can only improve in 2018, right? Or stay the same, I guess, but I’m planning to work on these this year, and one is easier than the others (see No. 4). Running Goals Run 2,018 kilometers. Why kilometers? Because 2,018 miles is a … More Here’s what I hope to accomplish in 2018
Follow @vanessajunkin Although I really didn’t meet any of my running goals in 2017, I’m still considering it a successful year. I did meet all the goals I set for my blog, I became a BibRave Pro, and I started a weekly slower-paced run on Wednesdays with the Eastern Shore Running Club in addition to … More 2017 Reflection: I didn’t meet my running goals, but I still had a great year