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February 15, 2019

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Member Since:

Jan 17, 2008



Goal Type:


Running Accomplishments:

yearly mileage totals (actual running miles, not crosstraining etc)

2008 - 1,317

2009 - 2,654

2010 - 2,578

2011 - 2,618

2012 - 3,083 (ran everyday this year. PR's in half and full marathons, at age 48!)

2013 - 1,177

2014 - 1,716

2015 - 1,060

2016 - 951

2017 - 786

2018 - 1,058


Short-Term Running Goals:

reacquaint myself with my long lost running freak, and then proceed to get my running freak on

Long-Term Running Goals:

keep running



born in 1964. married 21 years. one wife two dogs 

6 ft tall, nation wide




Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 10.00 Year: 22.00
Mt101 Lifetime Miles: 500.80
Mt101 The 2nd Lifetime Miles: 539.20
Green A5's Lifetime Miles: 100.50
MR00 Lifetime Miles: 158.70
Steenbergers Lifetime Miles: 495.00
Treadmillio Shoes Lifetime Miles: 483.00
Stillnotmads (2) Lifetime Miles: 470.50
Rednotevenmad Lifetime Miles: 330.50
Rednotevenmad2 Lifetime Miles: 146.00
Total Distance

5 miles - from home - park-n-ride loop

715am - sun, upper 70's, low 80's

* i have now officially surpassed my total mileage for last year (which isn't saying much considering last year was my lowest mileage year of the last nine years. but still...)

WT 33 miles


Rednotevenmad Miles: 5.00
Weight: 0.00
From Tom Slick on Sat, Jul 14, 2018 at 09:46:48 from

that's progress. Keep on churning out the mileage with a purpose. Every mile counts in the total at the end of the week.

From JD on Sat, Jul 14, 2018 at 10:31:31 from

i keep a running tally of the miles i've run the previous 7 days at the bottom of each of my posts here on FRB. the "WT" stands for "Week Total". so i know my weekly miles on any given day, rather than on saturday only. it's been a helpful tool.

From Tom Slick on Sun, Jul 15, 2018 at 17:12:18 from

Besides my FRB calendar I keep a paper (Year) calendar that tracks each running day; time of day, time Running, miles completed, projected miles and type of training, the weather, which shoes Iím wearing, and calories burned on each run. Etc...

From JD on Sun, Jul 15, 2018 at 21:21:05 from

thatís awesome - you must have several volumes of data collected by now!

From allie on Sun, Jul 15, 2018 at 21:59:47 from

re: *


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