It’s stupid, let’s do it! – F. Junk – In less than 144 days the Zugspitz Ultratrail will take place near Garmisch and I’m going to enroll. But what distance should I run?
What would you do if a doctor tells you, you should stop running? Would you accept it because you’re a lazy dude who doesn’t need sports, would you accept it or maybe start to do something about it? Approximately every runner nevertheless if pro or enthusiast suffers from a running injury once per year.
Recently I had to describe what type of runner I am. Well I don’t like if I have to run, due to Nike I ran 69 times in 2015 and I already finished my #80ktillxmas so I’d describe myself as a Sunday one. I enrolled into a trail half marathon, a half marathon and finally a real marathon and I also had some lazy days.
About three months ago I enrolled in my first marathon. It’s been a stupid and somehow spontaneous move but there’s a serious history behind it.
Within the last month I attended a half marathon, the Sixtus-Lauf, a trail running half marathon, and enrolled my first marathon. Although I hadn’t been able to attend more events I tried to put more focus on my running itself. I’m used to track myself and to improve my personal workflow.
About twenty days ago I enrolled the München Marathon. I knew that the 42,195 kilometres not only mean that I have to do a halfmarathon twice but also that it’ll hurt like I run a half marathon thrice.