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My bailout plan is working

While September was a great month to get some rest, I can’t continue with that mind frame. That’s why this week was all about getting back into the groove and getting October started on the right foot. If I’m going to get back into being consistent, I have to start now.

This week I was able to log 13.9 running miles, 9.6 walking miles and 7.1 miles on the bike. While this is nothing overly impressive, it’s far better than anything else I’ve done since August. With an 8k now less than six weeks away, it’s a good place to be. My “long” run this week was 4.1 miles, which is a good starting point. Being just shy of 14 miles for the week, I’m right where I want to be to get consistent with miles in the mid-teens. And I definitely plan to build on my bike mileage too for a few weeks. I’m starting to run out of daylight, so I’m figuring out what to do about that. I continue to ponder joining a gym, but it’s a tough commitment.

All in all, I am happy that October has started off well. I’ve kicked off the last quarter of the year better than what the economy is doing, so I guess I’m doing something right.

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  1. Jason
    October 5, 2008 at 11:28 pm

    With all that cycling, you may be a triathlete yet 🙂

  2. Andrew is getting fit
    October 6, 2008 at 6:40 am

    Good to see you out on the road again.

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