Her was the plan. Raise money for a poor school located in a deprived township in Ghana.
My school, Buxton Community School, is linked with Kissi Ebeneezer School in Ghana. Students will be going there, having worked and saved for nearly two years. The purpose of the trip is for them to learn lessons that they are likely to never learn, but also to give back something to the world at large.
This idea is simple…
0.1 mile loop
19ft of ascent
Repeat it for every £1 donated
Questions is, will I actually manage all the reps or will someone win a nice prize?
£782 raised in two weeks means 782 hill loops ending in 78.2 miles and 14,858ft of ascent.
Planning brain has engaged, tapering is in place, support is almost organised, free Italian food is on!
How the hell do you visualise completing 782 hill reps?
And why do people resale that it’s not that big a deal. Other live and suffer more on a day to day basis, and they call it normal. What I’m do in pales into insignificance when you view the bigger picture.
Today was the last training run and I decided to test my foot strength with 20 miles in my KSO Evos. Felt good, but my feet started to get tired at 19 miles.
Now for the rest of the week it’s sleep and getting organised :)