19-12-2016 09:11 PM
Hey everyone! I'm back from my intermitent adventure! Sorry. Glad the discussions been going well!
I'm lost with regard to the other questions so im just going to jump in here - hope that's okay! So i kind of alluded to it before but when i set resolutions they seem to be kind of vague instead of really specific. I have set specific goals for myself and they're usually something i work towards over a long period of time and it feels kickass when i achieve them.
With resolutions I don't think i take them seriously, they're always really simple and not very measurable so I can't actually say whether i've accomplished them or not. I think my answer is alaways "kinda" haha
19-12-2016 09:16 PM
@May_ netball is awesome!!!!!!!!
Umm @Ben-RO I still never achieved my goal of doing a half marathon (21km) in 90 minutes Last year I always said I'd achieve that goal first, but I lost interest in running this year, but maybe the longer goal is what I need and I'll aim to not "hit the wall" aka run out of carbohydrate fuels
19-12-2016 09:21 PM - edited 19-12-2016 09:21 PM
@Stealth_ninja Resolution sounds like it could be more of an end result rather than daily progression. Like how you can change from Santa's naughty list to nice in the week before Christmas . Though progression could definitely help I guess?