10k miles

New Years Resolution Inspiration


  • Be able to run a mile/5k/10k/half marathon
  • Run without intervals
  • Walk 10,000 steps ____ times a week
  • Go to the gym/run ___ times a week
  • Be able to lift ______kg/lbs
  • Lower resting heart rate 5/10/20bpm
  • Beat best time at running/cycling/swimming
  • Get on a team
  • Do physiotherapy every day
  • Squat/lunge/do sit ups every day 
  • Be able to run up stairs without puffing 
  • Eat 5 portions of fruit/veg a day
  • Don’t eat sugar 2 days a week
  • Eat breakfast every day
  • Eat no/one/two packet meals a week max 
  • Give up meat/animal products/junk food 
  • Forgive yourself if you accidentally eat meat/animal products/junk food
  • Sleep eight hours a night 
  • Wake up at 8am 
  • Quit smoking
  • Don’t drink more than one caffeinated drink a day
  • Don’t drink alcohol for a week a month/two days a week
  • Drink 8 glasses of water a day


  • Meditate every day
  • Pray every day
  • Read every day
  • Read 50 books this year
  • Read 10 classics 
  • Find new music you love
  • Make art once a week
  • Write down something you’re grateful for every day
  • Take more photos of things that bring you joy
  • Take time to be with yourself 
  • Write a journal every week
  • Create a blog
  • Write every day
  • Listen more
  • Make five new friends
  • Go on a date a month (while single obvs)
  • Stay off your phone for an hour a day
  • Learn to say no
  • Grow a plant from a seed
  • Don’t be judgemental
  • Cut down your belongings
  • Love yourself


  • Maintain GPA/grades
  • Get a 3.6+/4.0
  • Get ______ at GCSE/AS/A Level
  • Get into university
  • Read an academic paper per day
  • Hand in all homework on time
  • Start coursework before the day before it’s due
  • Do all of the reading 
  • Talk Spanish/French/Mandarin/etc every day/week
  • Give up what you procrastinate with (eg TV)
  • Get 1000/5000/10000 followers on studyblr
  • Post every day on studyblr
  • Join a society at uni become involved etc


  • Do laundry regularly
  • Keep your room/flat tidy
  • Hoover once a week/month
  • Wash up immediately
  • Save £50 a month
  • Don’t shop just to make yourself happy
  • Bring a pack lunch to campus 
  • Change sheets every two weeks 
  • Get a job 
  • Get an interview for _________
  • Get LinkedIn 
  • Find free things to do in your city 
  • Learn to cook 5 basic meals
  • Learn to cook to a standard where you can have people over for dinner
  • Cook from a cookbook once a month
  • Throw a dinner party 
  • Make a budget (and stick to it!)
  • Make bed everyday
  • Make a bujo
  • Make a todo list every day
  • Learn how to contour

Little note: obvs all the numbers are super changable I just like goals that have objective values

Uphill Running Tips
  • Shorten your stride
  • Keep your head up rather than focusing on your feet
  • Swing your arms up and down (not side to side)
  • Lean slightly into the hill
  • Don’t compensate form.  Don’t over-rotate your trunk in an effort to get momentum, you’re just wasting energy!!
  • Maintain a consistent effort up the hill…don’t trail off just before the crest.  Keep your mind on the goal and push through

HEY WOW THANK YOU FOR 10K FOLLOWERS GUYS and double thank you for all your kind words and support always!!! 

For One Punch Fans

So, I’ve been trying to get my mind off of things and I decided to do some number crunching.

So Saitama said this was his training regiment:

  1. 100 Push-ups
  2. 100 Sit-ups
  3. 100 Squats
  4. Run 10k (6.2 Miles)

He did this every day for three years. So lets crunch dem numbers shall we.

So let’s calculate how many days thats in three years. That’s easy. Assuming one of those years isn’t a leap year. 

365 x 3 = 1095 days.

We can then take this an apply them to his regiment.

Over Three Years on consecutive days, this total amount of each part of his regiment.

  1. 109,500 Push-ups
  2. 109,500 Sit-ups
  3. 109,500 Squats
  4. 6,789 miles.

While the Push-ups, Sit-ups, and Squats are an impressive feat, the real scary thing is the amount of miles he ran. Now for those who like running (either in track, cross country, etc. etc.) 6.2 miles might not be much. But doing that every day, even when your body refused to move?

Let’s put that amount in perspective:

I took two well known cities on the planet and asked google (yes google because its actually a neat little tool) the distance between the two. 

Here are the results:

He basically, over the span of three years, ran the distance between New York, NY to Tokyo, Japan and then some. And please note that the run was the last thing on his regiment. Jesus fucking Christ.