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Fitness Stats

SEPTEMBER 17, 2022


Fitness Stats

09/17/22 08:40 PM

In the fitness world, it's really all about running to me. It's what I've done for the longest time and the exercise with which I'm most comfortable.

Everything else feels like an add-on and therefore continues to be just that. An add-on.

My weight training is producing good results, but I just don't have the same zeal for it that I do for running. Still, I'm only doing two miles a day and running on a treadmill.

It's a far cry from the outdoor running that I most enjoy, but there's just no way I'm going to run on these extreme hills around here. They look brutal!

To date, I've run 400 miles for the year. At two miles per day, that's 200 days run and 60 days off from running.

Had I run every day I would be at 520 for the year. As it is, I've averaged between 6 and 7 days off per month. That's 24 or 25 days run each month. I'll take that!

I don't thrive on running stats, but it's always interesting to stop and look at my fitness log and see where I'm at. According to my log, I started my weight training on March 14 (Pi Day!) and as of yesterday am currently at 93 workouts for the year. That's based on a three day rotation with the first two days working different muscle groups and the third day being a rest day.

What's more interesting and informative is the increase in weight that has resulted from so many of my weight related exercises. I'm never going to look like the Incredible Hulk, but a toned body and increased weights would probably tend to suggest I'm on the right track.


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