28th Day - Running 10K on Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti
Yesterday I though of running about 10k on Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti i.e. 150 birthday of Bapu Gandhi. I just thought in my mind but when woke up today it seemed impossible as it was too late. Then somehow I thought of going into park and just run for few minutes. While I was going towards the park I decided that I must run for 10k which was just a thought in my mind, which suddenly popped out from my grey matter. So was it, I ran for 59 minutes and completed a distance of 9.7 kilometers. It seemed like a great fun as when you just move out of your home thinking to run for few minutes and come back with home with 10k distance covered. A runner just need an idea to run and this idea came into my mind when I was browsing through upcoming running events across the country in general and Delhi NCR in particular. On the occasion of 2nd October being a national holiday to honor Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi, an organization has organized a 10K run in Nehru Park in Chanakyapuri. By the time I came to know about the event, registration was closed and I thought to pay my tribute to Gandhi Ji by running 10 Kilometers in a park near my residence in Mayur Vihar Phase 1.
In addition to this I just wanted to make you aware of the fact that I have completed 28 days of my 100 Day Challenge of 30 minutes exercise daily. I am almost approaching one third of my journey to 100 day fitness challenge. You can also join me in this journey by starting or taking your own challenge as per your expectation what you want to do for next 100 days whether it is exercise /fitness or improving any of your skill or acquiring a new skill which may be helpful to you in your life, career or business. I hope you will share your idea with me. Happy Gandhi Jayanti to all of you !!!!
|Completed 28th Day of Running|
|100 Day Challenge|
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Inspirational quote of the day - Challenges are what make life interesting. Overcoming them is what makes them meaningful.