Hello, dear runners and runners to be and anybody who reads this!
We are starting our 5th voting week where you vote for one of the 4 nominated running posts. Who would you like to see as the Running Author of the Week 5?
More information about this voting you can find in ''The Steem Running Project: Introductory Post''.
Readers of the post will vote which is the Running Author of the week. Authors of the week will be awarded (part of the earnings of the same report).
The main criteria we use in order to nominate the candidates is Quality and Originality of the Post, but nevertheless we will try to choose also posts done by Approved Runners which visibility is low due to, either, they are newcomers to the STEEM ecosystem and to the @runningproject initiative or, also authors that have not been nominated before.
The ''Running Authors'' will be awarded: a portion of the 50% of the SBD earned on this post after 7 days of its publication will be given to them. All of the nominated authors will be rewarded, but just one will be the ''Author of the week''.
The prize will be split as follows:
''Author of the week'': 70% ''Consolation Prize'': 30% divided among the other authors.
A dedicated post will be published a week after by @runningproject announcing the winner.
NOMINATED RUNNING AUTHORS AND RELATED POST
@marionbowes is our candidate again this week. We simply could not overlook the great post about Myths about running. These myths are predominantly present among non-runners, and sometimes also among runners. We liked the simplicity of the post and we believe this post can do wonders to reduce fears, doubts and intimidation that is sometimes tied to the running. Just kind recommendation: @marionbowes, please put sources below the pics used in the post. Thanks for putting the effort into preparing and sharing!
What @xramonahx starts this blog with something all runners struggle often with... feeling defeated because we did not train enough. This is part of being a runner too, so we have chosen this post which nicely covers also less victorious moments of running. And then @xramonahx moves on to more optimistic and great parts of running like finding the willpower to go on a run, searching for the new running paths, enjoying surrounding while running... This post is very positive, optimistic and there are original very beautiful pics from the running track too - thank you!
Nice series of running posts @calatorulmiop! We like the humor in them and the details about how the runs went, with additional information and contemplations and all the pics! In this particular post, hill running was covered, which is also nice, since we do not have it covered so many times! Lovely post!
This is a great post about the weekly progress of preparation for the upcoming race, @cryptokeepr! It contains all the facts and data necessary for fellow runners to see how it goes and to get some additional motivation. It also contains the useful link to the training program for the marathon. Very professionally prepared and concluded with a kind invitation to others to join the @RunningProject - thank you!
NOW IS YOUR TURN!!!
- If you like this post, please, give a good upvote first and resteem it if possible in order to increase the number of views!
- Then, have a view of the nominated runners and selected posts.
- In a comment section write the name of your favorite running author and you can also add why you decided for the one you have.
Anyone can participate in this voting and all runners are welcome to join the Running Project!
HOW TO GET INVOLVED and BECOME an "Approved" Runner
The main milestone of the @runningproject now is to get as much STEEMPOWER as possible so the UPVOTE power will be growing day by day with the entrance of new members as well as because of the reinvestment of all the curation and the majority of the earnings produced on the post published by @runningproject .
In order to get enrolled you just need to do the following steps:
Write a comment in this post or any other from @runningproject with a link to one of your posts about running, requesting its review.
After checking your post, @runningproject will decide if you are or are not an "Approved" Runner. "Low quality" post will not be considered.
If you are definitely an "Approved" Runner, @runningproject will reply to you asking to send 1SBD or 1STEEM as an "Enrollment Fee."
You will be included in the "CURATION LIST"
The initial "Enrollment Fee" is entirely used as STEEM POWER. This fee, 1 SDB/STEEM, may increase in the future depending on the number of members and Market price.
Additional donations will be also fully invested in STEEM POWER.
For more information about the @runningproject please read ''The Steem Running Project: Introductory Post'' and also ''The Steem Running Project: Growing!!!! 5th Status Report''.