Monday, January 05, 2009

Mad Monday Update 1/5

12/29 - 6.2 Miles with E at Lunch
12/30 - AM - 7 Miles with BM, E, & CV
- 1600 yards swam
12/31 - 13.25 snowy miles with SERC in Bedford
1/1 - off (watched polar bear swim and hit a couple parties)
1/2 - 5 miles ran with AS & MT, 1 hour spin class
- 10.5 miles mtn biked at Rays
1/3 -24.25 miles ran on Buckeye Trail
1/4 -8 miles ran with SERC
- 2000 yard swam with E

Weekly Totals

Ran - 63.7 Miles
Biked-30 (19.5 spin / 10.5 mtn)
Swam - 3600 yards

Taper time until 50 K in less than 2 weeks.

So one resolution for the new year is to start inputting all my mileage into a log that tracks my mileage for me. My question to everyone out there is the following. What do you use and what do you like? I want to start this right away. It needs to be one I can use for multisport and FREE.

9 comments:

The Salty One said...

I was going to suggest running2win but I don't think it tracks nonrunning mileage :(

How about athleticore? I know some people who used that and liked it and I think it handles multisport stuff too.

Nice job getting those miles in! Hope you have fun at the 50k!!

EbethS said...

Happy New Year, wishing you the best in 2009. The 2 websites I use and like are www.buckeyeoutdoors.com and www.running2win.com
but I am sure there are more out there.

Brian said...

I used to use the one on beginnertriathlete.com It was ok and you could share it.

JenC said...

I use trainingpeaks.com. Works well for me! And, to just log information it is free.

The Running Man Ray's Words said...

I use the tracker on runnersworld.com, it tracks your miles ran and miles in the shoes you ran in(great cause I have 4 running shoes an would not have a clue how many miles I have on them, if not for their tracker), you can measure routes, has cross training entries(if neede), shows graphs and calendar and other stuff. Its great I think.
Oh yeah you cave a cool blog. i just started mine and I read yours and a couple others to get training tips and stuff. Bye

Feel It: The Factory Rider said...

I use trainingpeaks.com and it tracks everything quite well in terms of long distances (though I don't do many!) You can also set up a free account if you want.

Good training as of late and good luck at the 50K.

By the way, are you planning on the Westbranch X-terra? My coach Sean Gilbert from Bike Authority plans on doing it too.

duchossois said...

That's a big week! You are going into the BT50k in great shape. Go you!

Wyatt Hornsby said...

Janet: Jeff U. and I use athleticore.com to track our mileage. It's a good tool for the serious runner and athlete. - Wyatt

Clifford Running said...

try btt.com , breaking the tape, I love it because I track my mileage on my shoes and every workout, aerobics,strength training, bicycling, etc. hope this helps.