Sport Relief Training

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For those of you that know me, know I'm the least athletic person you'll meet HOWEVER I am keen on doing some charity work whenever I can so when my office decided we would be running for Sport Relief on 20th March, I was eager to jump on board - even more when our company told us they would give us £500 towards our target of £1000 if 10 employees took part. I enjoy taking on a challenge and so I thought this would be a good opportunity to try and increase my fitness, whilst loosing a bit of weight and at the same time raising money for a good cause!



After reading that you're probably thinking wow, what a brilliant thing to do however I am only running 3 miles! I have never been able to run up the stairs without loosing my breath so if I can do this then that in itself is an achievement for me. 

The run is in less than a week and I am only a third of the way there, I can currently run 1.24 miles without caving in - my goal seems incredibly far away and right now impossible. I have hit so many hurdles whilst trying to train for this such as my inability to control my breathing thus stopping before I have even started.  

Last night I tried to change things up a bit and went for a run along the seafront, it was absolutely beautiful. I think it helped, it's the furthest I have managed to run and I feel I somewhat made an improvement on my breathing towards the end.


The weather has been lovely this week which meant it was even nicer in the evening when running and I loved the smell of the sea blushing past in the wind - a perk of living on the coast!

We have nearly reached our target and we could use as many donations as possible, just £20 could provide life saving medication for 100 children with Malaria in Uganda. Imagine what £1000 could do.

Please go and donate whether it be £2 or £10 anything will make a difference.

Let me know if anyone has any tips on improving my running capability.

xxx
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14 comments

  1. The seafront where you were running looks beautiful! Good luck with the run lovely :) xx
    www.chasingbelle23.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. It is lovely! Thank you very much :)

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  2. Good luck, what an amazing thing to do! And I totally can't run 3 miles either!

    RachelShuchatMakeup

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  3. Wow what an amazing thing to do! Wishing you lots of luck with the run xx

    Gemma ♥ Miss Makeup Magpie

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  4. I can't even manage to run 1 miles without losing my breath :) Good luck to you!

    Ela BellaWorld

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    1. That was literally me before I began training!

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  5. That's awesome! It will be so rewarding. Good luck! :)
    ♥NY
    Yours Truly, NY | INSTAGRAM

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    1. Thank you, it was! We raised over £1100 :)

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  6. good luck with your run! you can certainly already run further than I can!

    http://claresloves.blogspot.com/

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  7. Awesome positive post! Good luck on your run!

    xo
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  8. I wish I lived near the sea.. it looks stunning... I was always bad in running and I absolutely hate it :D So I have no tips, really... But having a goal that is measurable definitely helps :) xx

    http://beautypeptalk.blogspot.hr/

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  9. I'm so unfit so 3 miles sounds really impressive to me! Good luck with your challenge lovely. I can't wait to read how you get on.

    Roxie | The Beautiful Bluebird

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