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According to Garmin Connect in 2012 I went for 216 runsdistance 1,202.54 milestime 184 hours 52 mins 31 secelevation gain 38,800 ft, at an average pace of 9:14 min/mile and burned 145,958 calories.
Should be plenty of folk who can beat that
I don't have a Garmin or similar, just a notebook and pen. But stats for 2012 are:
time 55 mins 20 sec
average pace 9:32 min/mile.
I think you might have thrashed me!
According to Garmin Connect in 2012 I went for 143 runsdistance 889.37 milestime 132:37:54elevation gain 43,999 ft, at an average speed of 6.7 mph, a pace of 8:57 min/mile and burned 98,726 calories
but I cycled from March until September
The 43,999 is annoying me now. I will have to go out tomorrow and run up a very short hill or do I go for the 1274 calorie run (10 mile ish)?
Well the 10 mile run will surely include at least 1 ft of ascent so that way you kill 2 birds with one stone. Actually you should make sure that it is at least 10.63 miles as that will take you over the 900 mile barrier as well! Spread it out over 7 separate runs through the day, and you will do 150 runs too.
My elevation gain seems a bit lacking compared to others ... there's a New Year resolution for me, to do more hills.
I'll look up my year's stats for the rowing machine after the last session of 2012 tomorrow.
According to Garmin Connect I have done the following since 1st May 2012 (which is when I got my 405):
Distance - 1,177.56 miles
Time - 185:35:12 h:m
Elevation Gain - 13,695 m
Average Speed - 6.3 mph
Average Heart Rate - 150 bpm
Burned - 128,233 calories
I started running by following the C25K programme on the 24th January 2012 and my estimated mileage from then until 30th April 2012 is 198 miles so my total mileage for the year is around 1375 which I am very happy about
According to my slightly inaccurate combination of app and Garmin which I got in August, 951 miles for me. Which I'm relatively pleased with. Some very impressive stats from you lot
For me was 1123 miles, first full year of running so very happy with it. Goal for this year is 1500 miles.
My goal for the year was 1,000 which I hit in September - totalled 1500 Satuday 22nd December - took a week off and should finish the year with 1506.
Every day - sometimes twice - approx 380 runs
Average speed 8:30
Distance: 1179 miles
Avg. speed: 7.0 mph.
Avg. hr: 153
Calories: 108, 351
Looking at my stats (only got my Garmin in May) made me realise just how often I don't go for a run when I could. Coulda woulda shoulda... anyway, here they are.
Average speed 5.6mph
Plus the couple of miles I'm about to do on the treadmill.
Here's to a lot more running and a lot less illness in 2013!
Jan - Jun: 986.13 miles (alongside 100 miles of swimming and 3000 miles of cycling)
Jul - Dec: 788.38 miles (post Ironman I just ran, albeit sporadically)
My first full year of running, I'm a little disappointed by my final mileage but I was injured for 5 weeks in March and April (hamstring) and since the 27th November (Calf). If I can get rid of the niggling muscle injuries I want to get to 1,000 miles in 2013.
Count: 164 Activities
Distance: 807.47 mi
Time: 139:36:55 h:m
Avg Speed: 5.8 mph
Avg HR: 150 bpm
Calories: 97,979 C
Max Distance: 18.69 mi
Avg Distance: 4.92 mi
Elevation Gain: 7,192 m
Elevation Loss: 7,102 m
I wish to declare also 873,000 metres on the rowing machine in 2012.
Looks like PhilPub is in the lead with 2,261 miles. Peter Everitt is tail-end charlie with 5.8 miles
Finally some recognition for my running efforts!!!
I really need some of the sub 3hour thread obsessives to come on and make my total look small
Don't worry Camlo, my pal locally runs 6-7,000 a year!
Now that's insane!
2,408 for me. sounds a lot but it's only 46.3 a week on average, so can probably do better!
Stevie G . wrote (see)
Don't worry Camlo, my pal locally runs 6-7,000 a year! Now that's insane!
270 runs1891 miles35,200 m climbing31 miles max distance49:29 median time5.11 median miles
All those miles and the median time used per day is still under an hour. "I like everything in moderation" they say. This for me is moderation, not sitting motionless on the sofa for hours! Here's to a continued moderate lifestyle in 2013, in contrast to extreme sofa sitters.
Marc.S wrote (see)
Stevie G . wrote (see) Don't worry Camlo, my pal locally runs 6-7,000 a year! Now that's insane!
In fairness she does favour marathons, and has represented Great Britain.
So maybe not so mental now eh
i meant more "thats incredible" i cant imagine running that far in a year.