Callie for this data. I was in bed and then I saw that she commented on my blog and then commented back on comments I had on her blog so I got out of bed. This was 2 hours ago. I have been digging through my old blog posts and data to find out when I ran the last 2 months of last year. It wasn't much but I couldn't believe I didn't mark it down. I guess I blame her that you got it now versus later. Sometimes I wonder if I should keep my data to myself.
Callie had claimed that she had some data and a list of stuff to blog about. That got me thinking about my email to myself about how I wanted to post this data a couple days ago.
I did some labeling on my jpg. I thought that was easier than writing paragraphs about it. This Sunday I have a 10k. I may run 1 more time before that but either way my miles won' be insanely high this week or anything.
Do you log your runs? I also log my exercising in a google doc. It all started with an exercise contest with my friend Christina (wrote this Why I Run guest post). We had weekly competitions. Who had the longest exercise duration. It started the week after the great race. Before that I did document what I did but not always in excel. Sometimes I posted about it. Today I just started logging my runs in RunningAHEAD because it can upload from your Garmin but I haven't finished saving those. You have to click individually but I was trying to remember data off the top of my head for what type of workout they were but I need to pull up my excel file to look so it is not done.
How many miles would you say someone has to run before they are a runner? In my mind there is a difference between a runner and someone who runs. I still don't consider myself a runner. I'm not sure why or what I would have to change to be a runner. Chrissy mentioned something like this before.
*I just took a screen shot of my excel because that was quicker for me to be able to get the Total Miles on it and only a few months of data.