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Run The World Gobal Challenge celebrates running around the the world.   We have changed things a bit.  Starting January 1, 2020 we will be doing monthly RTW Challdnges.  We will also continue to keep track of miles from when we started as total miles since July 4, 2018.  And of course our weekly log starting on Wednesday and finishing on Tuesday.  The idea is to run or walk and then log those miles on your My Best Runs account. There is no entry fee.  You just need a MBR account and that’s Free too.  Once you sign up you log your miles on your account.  

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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN, 14 miles

7.46 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Consistency means constantly doing a certain thing time and time again and sticking to the same principles to achieve the results. Almost 4 months of MAF HR training at a slow pace has resulted in settled heart rate. Consistency still required for the full year to get much better results. Today is Day 13 of the 31 days “Run to the Moon” challenge. Did 12 Kms of Nonstop indoor aerobic running in 1:32:24 hrs, at a low HR of 127 bpm. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Thu 2)
Time: 1:32:24 Pace: 12:24 / Total Miles 2,599.53 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 17 miles

17.16 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Walking for warmups and cool down. (Wed 1) / Total Miles 5,858.85 since 7/4/18
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Never neglect your grip strength! 7/1 10:35 am
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John Henry (65) US

15.37 miles in Livermore, CA (runner profile)

Finished 15 miles through Sycamore Park and along with vineyards in Livermore. My longer runs are tougher with the summer heat (ugh!). (Tue 30)
Time: 2:30:52 Pace: 9:49 / Total Miles 1,800.69 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

9.32 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Plan every day as if it matters the most. Give every single day your best effort and focus on what you are doing today to the best of your ability and you will make each day your masterpiece. Today is Day 11 of the 31 days “Run to the Moon” challenge. Did 15kms of Nonstop indoor running in 1:58:32 hrs, mostly in Zone 2, at a low heart rate of 126 bpm. Loved to see the smooth HR graph. Almost 2 hrs of running was done without any hydration. Actually in slow running you don’t feel like eating or drinking anything orally for the first two hours as our body can produce energy for running from the fats stored in our body. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Tue 30)
Time: 1:58:32 Pace: 12:44 / Total Miles 2,585.86 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

2.33 miles in Lions Park (runner profile)

Very windy and coolish 45 degrees. (Tue 30)
Time: 29:53 Pace: 12:50 / Total Miles 3,750.01 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

5.30 miles in Church (runner profile)

Also helped David move. (Mon 29)
Time: 1:01:56 Pace: 11:42 / Total Miles 3,747.68 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US

20.55 miles in Los Gatos/Campbell, ca (runner profile)

Windy!! (Sun 28)
Time: 2:51:00 Pace: 8:20 / Total Miles 9,990.75 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

9.94 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

If you are trying to be successful at something, whether it is running or a health and fitness goal, why not push yourself just a little bit more? Sacrifice an hour of sleep to gain an edge and become fit and a successful runner. Today is Day 9 of the 31 days “Run to the Moon” challenge. Did 2 hrs of MAF aerobic indoor running at a controlled average Heart Rate of 129 bpm, covering 16kms. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Sun 28)
Time: 2:03:08 Pace: 12:24 / Total Miles 2,570.33 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US

10.20 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Beautiful Longhorns along my route today! (Sun 28) / Total Miles 5,841.69 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

7.20 miles in Stanford (runner profile)

Daisy and I ran and walked over to Stanford. Windy but otherwise nice. I am always wearing a face masks while out in public but not running. But I make sure I am several feet away from others. This is not over yet! (Sun 28) / Total Miles 3,371.02 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

3.76 miles in Lions Park (runner profile)

Broken finger felt ok. (Sun 28)
Time: 40:06 Pace: 10:40 / Total Miles 3,742.38 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

2.00 miles in Los Altos and Stanford (runner profile)

Got in another mile at Stanford and got in another mile before dark with Daisy. (Sat 27) / Total Miles 3,373.02 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

6.21 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Today is Day 8 of the 31 days “Run to the Moon” challenge. Did 10 Kms of indoor running at a pace of 6:58 min/km in 1:09: 42 hrs. It's the little things that are vital. Little things make big things happen. Do a little workout each day and see the big difference in you. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Sat 27)
Time: 1:09:43 Pace: 11:14 / Total Miles 2,560.39 since 7/4/18
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Good job! 6/28 12:15 pm
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Paul Shimon (73) US

10.03 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Neighbors bike all dolled up for July 4th. (Sat 27) / Total Miles 5,831.49 since 7/4/18
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Cool photo. Been meaning to write. Message me her address and I will send her a shirt. What size? Sorry for taking so long on this! 6/28 12:16 pm
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Brent Weigner (70) US

6.52 miles in Curt Gowdy State park (runner profile)

Finished 13th OA. (Sat 27)
Time: 1:17:14 Pace: 11:51 / Total Miles 3,731.62 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

6.60 miles in Stanford (runner profile)

Mostly ran the first 4.2 after a slow first mile. Then the balance was only about half running. Daisy likes to look around and “play” with other dogs. Yes, I finally got a hair cut. A friend helped me out. (Sat 27)
Time: 1:17:53 Pace: 11:49 / Total Miles 3,307.82 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US

17.56 miles in Los Gatos/Campbell, ca (runner profile)

Run before the heat of the day. (Fri 26)
Time: 2:21:12 Pace: 8:03 / Total Miles 9,939.81 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

4.10 miles in Lions Park (runner profile)

Lots of manual labor after the run. (Fri 26)
Time: 47:35 Pace: 11:37 / Total Miles 3,738.62 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

7.00 miles in Los Altos, Ca (runner profile)

Got out three times. Mostly ran 2.25 with Daisy first thing. Our Hilltop loop. Then I did four miles at lunch (two to downtown, lunch and then back). Then Daisy and I did the balance. Beautiful day. Just a walkway I saw along the way. (Fri 26) / Total Miles 3,301.22 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

6.21 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Today is Day 7 of the 31 days “Run to the Moon” challenge. Did 10 Kms of MAF aerobic low Heart Rate indoor running at a slow pace of 8:11 min/km. After nearly 3 months of MAF aerobic HR training, today I was successful in maintaining my aerobic HR threshold level of 125 bpm. The average HR was 125 bpm for nearly 1:21:56 hrs of running , mostly in Zone 2. Usually it takes 6 to 12 months of training to show the results. Though the pace was very slow but In aerobic training we have not to worry about how slow we are going, let it be at a jogging pace, nor we have to see the time taken to complete the run, but the only thing which matters is that your Heart Rate should not shoot above your aerobic threshold level. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Fri 26)
Time: 1:21:56 Pace: 13:12 / Total Miles 2,554.18 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US

23.60 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Protect ears and nose with sunscreen and hat. (Fri 26) / Total Miles 5,821.46 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

2.90 miles in Capital (runner profile)

Easy run with Bonzer. 🐾🐾 (Thu 25)
Time: 33:25 Pace: 11:32 / Total Miles 3,734.52 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

4.00 miles in Los Altos (runner profile)

Yes, take a guess. I got out three times and my fav was the 2.25 Hilltop loop. (Thu 25) / Total Miles 3,363.82 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US

24.80 miles in Los Gatos/Campbell, ca (runner profile)

Day off morning run. Closing in on 10,000 miles! (Thu 25)
Time: 3:16:55 Pace: 7:57 / Total Miles 9,919.38 since 7/4/18
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Glad to see you are still getting in the mega miles. Well done my friend. 6/28 12:18 pm
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Bob Anderson (72) US

3.75 miles in Los Altos (runner profile)

Got out three times again. I am getting my hair cut tomorrow. (Wed 24) / Total Miles 3,359.82 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

6.21 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Today is the 5th day of the 31 days “Run to the Moon” challenge. Did 10 Kms of MAF aerobic low Heart Rate indoor running at an average HR of 130 bpm. Love today smooth HR graph. Health is the greatest wealth we will ever have. Without our health, our vitality, our best energy, every part of our lives has the opportunity to suffer. Health is about physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being. They are all connected. They are all important. We need to do exercise to keep or body fit and healthy, not just a simple exercise but a “Regular Exercise”. Everybody could do exercise but there are only a few people who could keep up with regular exercise since most of us are lazy to do it. Doing regular exercise could really contribute a lot with regards to our health. This could make us active, relax, and attentive at the same time. We must ask ourselves - is my job more important than my overall wellbeing? Does the money in the bank mean more to me than my long-term health? To conclude, achieving a healthy lifestyle is well within your control if you start the journey with clear goals in mind and the realisation that it is your greatest wealth. An excellent health will enable you live a long life, have high levels of energy and vitality and more importantly live happily and peacefully, every moment. This will be your best return on your Investment. Happiest people in the world are the ones who have Health and Love in their life. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Wed 24)
Time: 1:17:13 Pace: 12:26 / Total Miles 2,541.76 since 7/4/18
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Wow, what a challenge! Good luck! 6/28 12:18 pm
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James Kalani (54) US

13.60 miles in Davenport, Ca (runner profile)

I love sunrises... (Wed 24)
Time: 1:54:19 Pace: 8:25 / Total Miles 9,880.27 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

3.90 miles in Capital (runner profile)

Ran with Bonzer dog and Rob. (Wed 24)
Time: 44:25 Pace: 11:24 / Total Miles 3,725.10 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

4.50 miles in Los Altos (runner profile)

I am getting in good miles by getting out three times per day. Not sure what kind of shape I am in because fills lot of this is pretty slow. (Tue 23) / Total Miles 3,356.07 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

6.21 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Today is the 4th day of the “Run to the Moon” event. Did 10kms of indoor progression running in 1:04:03 hrs at an average pace of 6:23 min/km. A progression run is a run with structured pace increases from beginning to end, starting at a comfortable speed, gradually getting faster to wrap up at the end. Start your run at a slower pace as compared with your usual running speed. This will also give your body a chance to warm up. Once your breathing becomes more controlled and the strength returns to your legs, you can start running at a level of quickness that you’re more accustomed to, which will seem much easier now. Always remember not to start your runs too fast otherwise you will slow down at the end, and thus fail in your attempt to get your Personal Best. Progression runs, whose defining characteristic is a steady acceleration, helps develop your sense of pacing, and trains you to hold onto your speed--even when you're slightly tired. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Tue 23)
Time: 1:04:03 Pace: 10:19 / Total Miles 2,535.55 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US

16.19 miles in Ben Lomond, Ca (runner profile)

Love rules. (Tue 23)
Time: 2:19:47 Pace: 8:39 / Total Miles 9,866.67 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

2.25 miles in Lions Park (runner profile)

Easy walk jog, aka wog. 😊 (Tue 23)
Time: 32:36 Pace: 14:30 / Total Miles 3,721.20 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

3.50 miles in Los Altos and Mt View (runner profile)

Got out three times. Fav time was our Hilltop loop. Just a house in the early morning in the area. (Mon 22) / Total Miles 3,351.57 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US

17.36 miles in Davenport, Ca (runner profile)

Above the clouds. (Mon 22)
Time: 2:12:28 Pace: 7:38 / Total Miles 9,850.48 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

6.21 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Good things don’t always come to those who wait, you have to go and get them. The only way you can ensure your success is by working on your goals to achieve them. If you choose to do nothing, then nothing will happen. No successful person ever got what he wanted by simply waiting around. You need to put in the work and be patient in order to reach your goals. You and only you can make it happen. So stop waiting around, go for it ! Today is the 3rd day of “Run to the Moon” Did 10kms of indoor running in 1:14:56 hrs at a easy pace of @ 7:29 min/km. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Mon 22)
Time: 1:14:56 Pace: 12:04 / Total Miles 2,529.34 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US

10.17 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

The geese are tired this morning. (Mon 22) / Total Miles 5,797.86 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

1.61 miles in Halladay (runner profile)

Truck in the shop for repairs. (Mon 22)
Time: 30:35 Pace: 19:00 / Total Miles 3,718.95 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

6.07 miles in McCormick (runner profile)

10k Monday πŸƒ‍♂️ (Mon 22)
Time: 1:09:34 Pace: 11:28 / Total Miles 3,717.34 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

7.00 miles in Stanford (runner profile)

Daisy and I went over to Stanford and afterwards we drove to Half Moon Bay. Walked in the docks. (Sun 21) / Total Miles 3,348.07 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US

8.56 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Baseball batting cage. (Sun 21) / Total Miles 5,787.69 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US

21.17 miles in Los Gatos/Campbell, ca (runner profile)

Run around the reservoir and back. Going for 10,000 miles in 2 years with a couple weeks to go. (Sun 21)
Time: 3:24:08 Pace: 9:39 / Total Miles 9,833.12 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

6.21 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Today took part in the “Kaizen 2.0 International Indoor Virtual Run” Completed 10k in my fastest indoor timing of 59:04 minutes @ 5:54 min/km pace. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Sun 21)
Time: 00:59:04 Pace: 9:31 / Total Miles 2,523.13 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

4.51 miles in Country Club (runner profile)

Happy Father’s Day! πŸƒ‍♂️ (Sun 21)
Time: 1:00:00 Pace: 13:19 / Total Miles 3,711.27 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

8.00 miles in Stanford (runner profile)

Ran and walked over to Stanford with Daisy and then got out again with her before dark. (Sat 20) / Total Miles 3,341.07 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US

20.69 miles in Los Gatos/Campbell, ca (runner profile)

Good running morning. Happy Summer Solstice!!! (Sat 20)
Time: 3:05:52 Pace: 9:00 / Total Miles 9,811.95 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US

10.26 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Games started today as I ran on Broadway Path. (Sat 20) / Total Miles 5,779.13 since 7/4/18
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John Henry (65) US

4.05 miles in Livermore, CA (runner profile)

Easy 4 mile run at Sycamore Park before it got too hot and crowded. (Sat 20)
Time: 35:59 Pace: 8:54 / Total Miles 1,729.87 since 7/4/18
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Looks like a great place to run! 6/28 12:19 pm
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

6.21 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

“Run To The Moon” To achieve something we need to set goals. Goals are our plans to succeed. Goals give us a sense of direction, they give us something to aim for, they motivate us, they help us track our personal progress. These are all the reasons that goals are important to have. Without a goal we don’t have a target, therefore we shoot aimlessly at nothing or spend our lives doing nothing. Today I did the first run of “Run to the Moon” virtual event doing 10kms of indoor running in 1:07:54 hrs @ 6:46 min/km pace. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Sat 20)
Time: 1:07:54 Pace: 10:56 / Total Miles 2,516.92 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US

6.11 miles in Golds Gym Cheyenne (runner profile)

Run with Weston dog and the Saturday morning crew. πŸƒ‍β™‚οΈπŸƒ‍β™‚οΈπŸƒ‍♂️ (Sat 20)
Time: 1:07:06 Pace: 10:59 / Total Miles 3,706.76 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US

4.50 miles in Los Altos (runner profile)

Got out three times like what I have been doing. (Fri 19) / Total Miles 3,333.07 since 7/4/18
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