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Friday, July 22, 2016

Fitness Goals Update- June

It's almost the end of July and I haven't even posted my swimming and running stats for June. 139km combined total for swimming and running which is the most I've ever done in a month. I really wanted to reach 60km for swimming rather than the usual 55km. I'm also enjoying running a lot lately because I don't get nervous or feel pressure competing the way I do with swimming. The training has been hard given the winter weather but I told myself I wouldn't miss a training session because of rain or cold. That makes it even more satisfying. It's paying off because I'm improving my personal best times. 


Here are my swimming stats for June:

and for running:

In terms of my goal to achieve the Million Metre award with Masters Swimming Australia, I'm now 37% of the way there (as at today, not sure end of June). 

Here's what else happened for the month:
-achieved a new personal best time at the Parkrun of 25 minutes and 2 seconds for 5km. I'm slightly disappointed to miss sub 25 minutes but can't complain given that my goal for this year was under 27. I know I'll get there.
-attended all four Parkruns for the month. 
-participated in another 4 swim club nights, very close to 25 consecutive weeks award. 
-continued working towards the million metres award with Masters Swimming Australia. I've completed almost 37% of the total distance required so far.
-kept up with the routine of training 10 times a week (5 swimming training, 1 racing swimming, 1 bootcamp, 3 runs)
-continued working on te Endurance Program with Masters Swimming Australia which involvces 62 long distance swims over the course of the year. By the end of June I'd completed 21/62. This is a tough program as the swims range from 400m to a continuous hour. 
-participated in a swim meet with Masters Swimming NSW with all personal best times- 100m breastroke 1.36.56, 50m backstroke 39.81 and 200m freestyle 2.48.06. 

What did you achieve last month? 

12 comments:

Emmylou MW said...

You are such an inspiration, Imogen:) So lovely to see all these milestones you've hit. Pretty soon, we'll just hear about you winning the Ironman triathlon!

Launna said...

Imogen, I did nothing like this, wow... you are so inspiring and amazing. I am working on getting back to exercising, I know I will get there as I am getting other things in place. I am really proud of you xox

Beauty Unearthly said...

Really interesting post...thx for sharing! Have a great weekend! xx

Paola Lauretano said...

Wow, well done!!!
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Couture Carrie said...

Awesome goals and achievements, darling!

xoxox,
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Natasha Hill said...

Amazing achievements Imogen and some great goals too - you're an inspiration! Hope you can top your goals for this month too, and hopefully the cold weather won't derail you! - Tasha

Anett B said...

Wow congrats, you're doing amazing!

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Rebecca said...

Amazing to hear how well you are doing! Congrats on getting a new personal best time and how incredible you are training 10 times a week!

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Sarah Albertson said...

Wow what amazing accomplishments! :D

Ania Zarzycka said...

Wow! Amazing <33
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Mica T said...

You have done so well Imogen, you are smashing your goals, well done! :)

I'm still feeling bad about not exercising much post-baby - I have to go see a physio to get approval for my usual piyo and just haven't had the time, so until then it's walking and light swimming as I know those don't aggravate my injury.

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cielofronteras said...

So inspiring!!! happy for you! =)


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