Janathon #12 – mornings still prove to be challenging

The gods are determined that I’m going to do morning Janathons. 03:49 I wake up to remember that I haven’t reset my alarm clock to Janathon time. Ridiculous.

06:00 up. 06:19 out of the door. 06:21 scare large man running with large dog and jumping over large puddle (he was surprisingly graceful) by wearing fluorescent yellow and chirping “MORNING!” at him. Run bizarre looping route for 2 miles, get wet through with drizzle, go home. That’s about it.

I thought I was doing well avoiding any major mishaps, but then I scaled my foot with porridge and dropped my omega-3 capsule into the bowl. I think I’m going to start having Cocopops on Janathon mornings.

Incidentally, I was wondering what supplements other people take? I know omega-3 is supposed to be good for joints (which is handy) but the woman in the health food shop recommended it to me for my psoriasis (which I treat with a combination of harsh chemicals and whimsy). I’ve never given much thought to taking anything else.

Day 12/31 –2 miles
Ferrero rochers burned

6 thoughts on “Janathon #12 – mornings still prove to be challenging

  1. shazruns says:

    I take glucosaimine sulphate (spelling could be dodgy, well probably is) this is for joints (body ones not illegal ones), I find it works and take it when I’m running lots. They are huge though!

    • travellinghopefully says:

      I wonder if some of the essential non-ideological progressive all in this together policy decisions were just kipper porridge moments? It might explain a lot. Still it’s nice to see weight and depth to modern political rhetoric. Oh.

  2. LilMissKaty says:

    Hey good effort on the earlyness! I prefer getting out there early too but we’ve been lazy this week!!

    We’re going to hit 30 miles on Thursday…this just seems insane!!!

  3. fortnightflo says:

    I take berroca every day, and omega 3 and glucosamine when I remember which is every couple of days…i think i need to be more regula with those as am feeling a bit stiff and unoiled!!

  4. fitartist says:

    I’m thinking it’s time for the glucosamine, my left knee makes a really sickening sound when I go up and down stairs! I take a fizzy multi-vitamin energiser whatnot (I suppose it’s Sainsbury’s own Berocca), which seems to work, nothing to do with running, more about keeping up with a small child.

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