Another month has already gone in 2020.
And we even had an extra day this February – indeed we are still having it, as I write 🙂
Despite a spectacular meltdown last week, when I messaged my physio in deep despair & doom & gloom & tears, if I’m being rational, there has definitely been progress in the wretched knee this month.
When I look back at how low I felt in January, I’ve certainly felt more up-beat this month.
And my mileage reflects that.
Up almost 100km, from 150 in January to – quick drumroll – 248 this month.
Note to self – why, oh why, couldn’t you have done 2 extra kilometres, woman, to get to a nice neat 250?! 😛
Most of these kilometres have been walked, not run (ran?) although in the past week, I have started interspersing very slow jogging into my walks.
Today, to celebrate Leap Day (& why not?!) I ran one whole kilometre without stopping, for the first time since November. A very very slow kilometre, but it felt like real progress.
Worst moment of the month? Seeing everyone else take part in last Sunday’s New Delhi marathon, while I watched on enviously.
Anyway, what’s done is done, so onwards & upwards.
Physio will continue in March.
Daily walks will continue in March.
And inshallah the percentage of running to walking will improve in March.
Watch this space 🙂