Week 6 – 1000 Miles Challenge

Do it for the Mountains!

Week 6 was also a challenge, but I did get 22.95 miles in. Unfortunately I did not hit one of my goals for the week and that was to hit 25 miles. I did get past the 100 mile milestone; let’s see how long it takes to get to the 200 mile milestone. I did however beat my mileage and my minutes per average mile. I still have not reached the under 11:00 min/mile, but slowly I’ll get to that. Longer runs I do like to take slow pace and since I’m still only on Week 6, my body is getting used to running still. In fact 3 of my runs this past week were under 11 min/mile. I’d say that’s a success because I’ve only had 1 run this year that was under 11 min/mile this year.

Runs outdoors week: 3. Something different: I hit the gym during lunch time and added a couple miles to my total that way. Next week I’d like to do that 3 times. Maybe I can change it up and do runs somewhere else other than the gym and the path by our house. Hmmmmm where to run? Here’s to the next 100 miles!

Goals next week:
1. Catch up to mileage I should be at for the year: 134.62
2. 26 miles running
3. 3 extra runs during lunch time

This Week: 22.95 miles
Last Week: 18.25 miles
Avg min/mile: 11:08
Miles Left:899.47

Date Mileage Ran Total Mileage Mileage Left
2/8 3.37 100.53 899.47
2/7 4.5 97.16 902.84
2/6 4.99 92.66 907.34
2/6 2.75 87.67 912.33
2/5 7.34 84.92 915.08

Anyone else doing a challenge like this? Let me know how it is going, very interested in hearing about it. Follow more on my journey to 1,000 miles: 1000 Miles in 2018.

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