Terrible runner. But it's the thought that counts. Getting better!
Everyone who signs up for this weekly challenge will be split into two teams. (I will email you with details of the teams once the sign up deadline has passed on Friday evening and I will try to make it as fair as possible.)
On the weekend of 27/28th February all you have to do is log a 5km run (or 20km bike ride) which will count towards your team’s total time (the faster, the better basically).
The team with the least elapsed time with their members combined 5k’s will be declared the winners!
Remember to record your activity and either upload it to Strava (I will give kudos to show I’ve seen it) or email me directly (email@example.com).
Make sure you sign up before the cut off on Friday evening. You will then have the whole weekend to log your 5k effort.
The Little Edi Foundation is a small local charity that enables disadvantaged children to fulfil their potential, giving them equal access to food, education and learning development.
They receive food donations from Fareshare at Tescos which needs to be distributed on Sundays and Wednesdays.
For this task we will be helping The Little Edi Foundation sort and deliver their food parcels on Sunday evening directly from Tescos on Springfield Road. Meeting at around the back where the lorry's go! (just opposite The Two Brewers Pub).
Most of the deliveries will be in the Melboure area, if you are running/walking bring a backpack and if you are cycling a basket or panniers would help. Or there is the very un-GoodGym way of driving.
Anyone who does sign up for this task will need to have a very brief personal reference written for them before taking part in the task. I will email you the details when you sign up.
Due to the current pandemic, face masks must be worn and you are not allowed to car-share unless you are in the same household/support bubble.
This week’s lockdown fitness challenge was a scavenger hunt where you had to spell your first name within an hour long activity, most people decided to make it even more challenging though and opted to do their full name!! With the January rain and the Ferbuary snow now a distant memory it almost felt as though spring had finally sprung over the weekend and was a great time to get out and take some pictures in the sunshine.
We welcomed a tourist to this week’s challenge Lucy R from Exeter, thanks for getting involved Lucy, I hope you had fun!!
Jenny, Sallyann and Lucy R used road names to try and spell their name, with Y being a bit of a difficult letter for some. Me and David opted for random objects, Laurie took a rather ingenious picture of a Lorry, (I’m ashamed to say it took me a good few minutes to figure that one out). And Andy showed his artistic eye finding the letters of his name in various shapes and objects.
We had a little Sunday evening vote for our favourite, thankfully it wasn’t quite as eventful as some of the voting we’ve had during the pandemic challenges. But there was a very clear winner which was Andy!!!
Congratulations Andy and well done everyone for taking part. All your contributions were wonderful!!
If you want to get involved in the next lockdown fitness challenge (back to a team event) you can read about it and sign up here.