Jeff’s Post – Looking Back at July
Tamara and I were talking this morning about running stats and numbers. This was brought up when I started reading her my July running summary that I was about to post on Facebook. I’m certain if there was a “puke” button on Facebook I would receive it pretty regularly. I’m also pretty sure I’m motivating a few people to get off the couch (In fact I’m certain I am since I receive a private message every now and then telling me just that). I love numbers and stats and Tamara actually created this monster when she gave me a Garmin Forerunner 410 for Christmas. Since January I have been happily gathering daily running stats that I just love to share!
I’m very happy with July and this is a quick recap. I ran 29 times (13 outside runs – the rest on the treadmill) – 271 Miles – 38:00 Hours – 35,556 Calories Burned – Longest Run of the month 17.1 miles. The two days I didn’t run I rode the bike (0 Days off in July!). I ran 5 times when I was in Ocean City (with one run ending up at the Fractured Prune Donut Shop – yummy). Tamara and I got to run together 4 times – wish it was more! I also ran the 1st Annual 4th of July ½ Marathon – well actually I was the only one running it but I hope to get a few others to join me next year!
I’m excited about my race schedule over next few months. August – The Annapolis 10 Miler – September – Virginia Beach Rock and Roll ½ Marathon – October – The Baltimore Marathon (my first !) – I will be sharing more about my marathon training soon. I also want to document as much of the experience as I can – more details soon!
And while I’m sharing numbers I just had to look and see how many miles I have in the can from January 1 thru July 31- so far 1,265 miles – Yeah – Looking forward to the rest of the year.
Posted on July 31, 2011, in Daily Workouts, Vacation Runs and tagged Annapolis 10 Miler, Baltimore Marathon, Fractured Prune, Jeff, Michael Wardian, Monthly Recap, Ocean City, San Francisco Marathon, Virginia Beach Rock and Roll 1/2. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.