Janathon Day 27 – running to the finish line

It just crossed my mind that for the last few days of Janathon, I could run every day to finish with a flourish. But then I realised this is an uncharacteristically busy week for me and running every day isn’t going to be an easy thing to achieve. But, I feel kind of committed now and Janathon’s supposed to be a challenge, isn’t it?

low-fat-muffin

So, you heard it here. I ran today and I’m going to run on each of the last four days (not promising they’re all going to be outside runs though).

When I came back from today’s run, I had one of the low fat sultana muffins I made yesterday (recipe on my Planet Veggie blog), as Anita Bean (whose book – Food for Fitness – I got the recipe from) said they’re the ‘perfect refuelling snack that no athlete should be without’, which just sounds to me like an excuse to eat cakes at 9:30am, but hey ho. 

Good luck with the rest of Janathon, those of you who are doing it. Who’s got something special planned for the finish?

Don’t forget there are prizes for the best planks (details on Helen’s blog), so keep your photos coming in.

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Comments: 6

  1. Helen January 27, 2014 at 10:21 am Reply

    Yum.

  2. Joseph Phillips January 27, 2014 at 11:47 am Reply

    That looks fantastic!

  3. Caroline January 27, 2014 at 11:50 am Reply

    Well, I *was* going to finish it off with a Polar swim session but the owners of the dock we swim in have cancelled the lot :( Very disappointed. Guess it means I don’t have to skip karate, though.

  4. kim January 27, 2014 at 3:59 pm Reply

    I pinned those muffins they look good.

    I thought the same thing – that I should run every day for the rest of Janathon, but so far today that looks like a bust. I’ll see what tonight brings.

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