Training Update – The Past 12 Months

Just a quick post to share my training progress over the past year. I’m pretty happy with the way things went through January (January was lower due to recovery from the Disney Marathon and a much needed one-week break from running), but February was a disaster due to two bouts of strep throat. With that hopefully done with, I’m hoping to start posting 100+ mile months again soon. I’d consider my goal of running steadily through the winter to have been met.

The above graph was compiled from my training on the website dailymile.  You can check out dailymile here.

**Featured Running Gear Sale: Shoebuy - 20% Off Skechers Performance shoes and 20% OFF all technical running shoes with code 20APRIL (through 5/1)

Have a question about running shoes? Need helping choosing your next pair? Get help in the Runblogger Forum.
About Peter Larson

This post was authored by Peter Larson. Pete is a recovering academic who currently works as an exercise physiologist, running coach, and writer. He's also a father of three and a fanatical runner with a bit of a shoe obsession. In addition to writing and editing this site, he is co-author of the book Tread Lightly, and writes a personal blog called The Blogologist. Follow Pete on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and via email.

Comments

  1. Dave from Running Tips says:

    Sorry about the illnesses. I like the Dailymile graph. I don’t use that site. I’ve tried Runner’s World Log and RunningAHEAD’s log. Do you recommend it?

    • Pete Larson says:

      Dave,

      I’m a huge dailymile fan, so much so that I’m now part of the site’s team of
      ambassadors – it’s a great place for data tracking (Garmin integration is
      coming!), and the social interaction with other runners is fantastic.
      Here’s a signup link if you’re interested in taking a look (it’s free):
      link to dailymile.com….

      Pete

Speak Your Mind

*


SAVE $$$ ON RUNNING SHOES AND GEAR
If you'd like to support the work done here on Runblogger, please consider making your next running shoe or gear purchase from one of the retailers below - you'll likely save a bit of $$$, and I'll get a small commission to help keep the site running and the blog posts flowing. Thank you for your support!

Running Warehouse - 10% Off With Code RUNBLOG10 (some exclusions apply)
TriVillage - 18% Off With Code RBTri18 (some exclusions apply)
Clever Training - 10% Off With Code RunBlogXJT (some exclusions apply)
Sportsshoes.com - UK-based but ships globally