Stat Attack!

Thanks to a fellow blogger catslondonmarathon I learnt something new tonight. You can get Garmin overall stats so I can see how many miles I’ve run in total this year. And, well, I was pretty surprised to see that I’ve run 228 miles since the start of 2012. Not bad for a bird with PF three weeks sidelined with Man Flu (bit of a cold!).

I’m quite impressed with that to be honest, there’s also a couple more miles more than that where I’ve forgotten to wear my Garmin – I do still have a soft spot for my Timex Ironman, we’ve been together a long while….but can’t fault the Garmin, not sure how I actually used to run without it.

Well, short but sweet post – I’ll try to get some proper stats up this week.

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  1. Hi. Thanks for the mention. Glad you found your stats. It’s a great little tool, especially for motivation for improvement! Great figure you’ve got too! You’ve hit a better mileage than me, but I have to admit I wimped out when we had the really cold weather and did a lot of my runs, especially threshold sessions and even a few long runs on the treadmill, which haven’t logged in my overall mileage. I still wouldn’t have hit 200 though! This has motivated me to run more. I love seeing the totals creeping up. Another 19 in the bag for me on Sunday (just gone) so I’ll be hoping to get to 200 by the end of the month when I include the big 26.2 on April 22nd!


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