Monday, December 3, 2007

New 2008 Goals

2007 Summer Trail Running.... here we come 2008!

Last weeks meeting with the girls went great and planning for 2008 unfolded into what will be an exciting year of trails…trails…and more beautiful trails of running.

Drum roll please………

Holiday Lakes 50k – Feb.16 (Part of the Lynchburg Series)
Promise Land 50k – April 26 (Part of the Lynchburg Series)
Fort Mills half Marathon – May 18
Triple Lakes 40 mile – Oct.4
Mount Masochist 50plus - Nov.1 (Part of the Lynchburg Series)

So with the plan in vision I have mailed off my first race entry form for 2008. Next is to figure out where I am with the runs. This week’s long run calls for an 18 miler. Should not be a problem. I have managed to keep a decent base and am thankful for that! My weight training is going great and I am feeling stronger with each workout. Loving the cycle class but still need to make Yoga a part of my weekly workout. This is a MOST do this week!!

This past Saturday I enjoyed a beautiful trail run with one of the girls. Everything about it was fantastic! I welcomed the cool crisp air and we chatted the entire time. We just took time to enjoy everything around us. At one point Scott joined us with our dog Layla. This was her second trail run and she loved it just as much as the first.

Excited and thankful for the new goals and adventures that 2008 will bring. I am truly thankful for the ability to dream big enough and train hard enough to be a part of something so rewarding. Cheers!!



Non-Runner Nancy said...

Wow, Robin, that is a fantastic schedule, you are such an inspiration. ( I always feel like a slug when I read everything you are doing!) Glad the weight training is going so well.

Hope you can submit 8 miles of your run to 8 on the 8th. Have a great week.

Wes said...

How exciting! Looks like a great schedule, and I wish you much success and even greater rewards for your hard work :-)

J~mom said...

Looks like an exciting year!! I can't wait to cheer you on!

Marcy said...

Looks like a great plan, Robin!! ;D

scott keeps running said...

Those trails are beautiful out East. Have a fun 2008 on them.

Yes, it is one of my sisters from the Greenville area that will be going with me on my big 2008 trip. I'll have to start donating plasma again just to save money. :)

RunBubbaRun said...

Souns like a great schedule. One day I hope to run one of Horton's races as well..

Here's to a great 2008 Ultra season. best of luck to you and the girls.

See Zanne Run said...

woo hoo! you're gonna be busy! doing what you love ... looks like a great plan. you know i'll be here to read about your adventures along the way!

RunningCrazyAfter3 said...

You are just awesome. Looks like a great schedule :)

Bob Gentile said...

SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET Race Lineup Robin...Game is on now!!!

and I love these words at the end of ur post

(((ROBIN SAID: I am truly thankful for the ability to dream big enough and train hard enough to be a part of something so rewarding)))

AMEN ...that is a great attitude, love the spirit:-)

Who is SLB+? said...

Sounds like a grand plan...set your targets high and your aim will follow!

I will be following your progress through the year.

Phil said...

A half marathon? I didn't know you could even get warmed up in 13 mile :) ... great set of races, looks like a lot of fun.

Dave - Atlanta Trails said...

If you're looking for some trail runs in Georgia, I've compiled them all here:

Mendy said...

That's a great list that I know you will accomplish in great stride!!! You're gonna have a wonderful 08!