I started thinking about how I’m tracking mileage and running vs. activity and I thought it would be interesting to see my total number of miles walked a day vs. the number of miles I ran.
Here is the breakdown for this week:
Monday, January 15: 8 miles run (8.23 total = lazy)
Tuesday, January 16: 6 miles run (7.46 total)
Wednesday, January 17: 7.5 miles run (7.79 total, wow, did I even move after my run?)
Thursday, January 18: 7.5 miles run (8.83 total)
Friday, January 19: 10 miles run (11.07 total)
Saturday, January 20: 13 miles run (14.63 total)
Sunday, January 21: 0 miles run (2.58 total)
Total miles run: 52
Total miles with walking/running/activity: 60.59
This was pretty eye opening to the fact that I really don’t have much activity outside of my workout. But, I’ll cut myself slack given it was a snow week. What is interesting is that even though I ran more miles this week (52 vs. 51.1) my total mileage was less, when you account for walking (60.59 vs. 66.4).
Do you track total miles run or total miles total with activity/running/walking?