(Closed) Million Meter Challenge

posted 8 years ago in Fitness
Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

This is so tempting (I did 3 1/3 yesterday and 4 1/4 today, so I’m even on pace to complete!) but I worry about remembering to write down/keep track of miles…I do sometimes give myself a sticker on the calendar to say “yay! I worked out today!” but that’s not a good way to know how far, either.

I track exercise in Sparkpeople, but it’s all done by minutes there, so even though I know on the day of the exercise how far I’ve gone, by the end of the week I usually don’t know anymore! I’ve tried tracking miles separately before, but writing it down in 2 places got tedious and I kept forgetting to do the second one…so my poor running shoes never know how old they are until my knees get really sad.

How do you track? Any good tips? It would be really cool to say I’ve gone a million meters 🙂

Post # 6
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

I’ll give it a shot–DailyMile looks interesting but is a little cluttered, and I’m still logging in 2 places which is less than ideal, but I’ll see how it goes! At the very least, I can approximate miles based on minutes walked/minutes run at the end of each week using my regular logs.

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