Runstreak Day 365

One year of running every day

A little over 24 hours after crossing the finish line of the London Marathon, I was lacing my trainers back up to run (hobble) my last mile. For those of you who don’t know, I have run at least 1 mile every single day for a year and tweeted my progress along the way @amylawrenson

I started it as a crazy challenge because I hadn’t managed to get into the London Marathon; a year on and I’ve completed both. In fact I’m still running every day (369 and counting…) because it’s become as much a part of my day as brushing my teeth. I may stop soon, only because it’s a little inconvenient and there are other challenges I want to master (a duathlon and to improve my weightlifting) but if I do hang up my trainers you’ll be able to follow four UK women who have taken up the #runstreak challenge since I started and tweet about their progress.

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Follow them and virtually cheer them on…

?@afloralcrown

?@ElfEmma

?@EmmaV_Watson

?@NH_0310

For more information about #runstreak head to runeveryday.com

Run with me and team ELLE at the We Own The Night 10k in May...

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