Rick P encouraged this.
Just run the distance on the specified day and mark it as completed. Please be honest about the challenge. Running 3 miles DOES NOT count as completing 3+ miles AND 2+ miles AND 1+ miles. Each run was created as a SEPARATE challenge designed to keep you busy!
Sunday Run 6+ Miles Challenge rules
- Prior running does not count, the challenge must be completed sometime after Aug 19, 2012.
- DO NOT mark this complete unless you actually do the challenge and post your training data!
- You may however add them to total a longer distance! (e.g 2+3 = 5 miles)
- Not all types of physical activity are suitable for everyone. Users take Challenges and training advice at their own personal risk.
“10k today at 4.8mph. That is desperately slow for most people, but previously I had only ever run 1 hour or more at 4.6mph. So I'm really pleased that this is my new steady pace.....124bpm heart rate at the end of the run, so confirmed as a steady pace for me.”
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Neil P encouraged this.
Paul W I completed an 11 miles run today and using it to complete the Sunday 5+ and the Sunday 6+ mile challenges! Thanks for the challenges! Wahoo!
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Miranda D Completed a 7.79 mile route with jogging, running & walking. Total time 1hr 13 min 80 sec. Great start to my week.
Kaye D encouraged this.
Why not ask for some advice from other Challenge takers, or read some of the Challenge guides first?OK, I'll keep working at it!