I just started tracking my runs on active trainer at active.com. It has a calendar where you can log planned and/or completed workouts, you can purchase training plans, map your route, keep track of your shoe mileage, add workout notes, and lots more. It's not limited to running...you can track cross-training workouts, too, but I haven't done that yet.
Most of the stuff is free, but there are certain things that are only available to subscribers.
Hi everyone! This week (8/9 - 8/15), your challenge is to keep a running log. If you're not sure how to do this, here are some ideas:
* Write down what you plan to run for each day of this week...make sure to note which days are rest days. When noting down what you plan, think about including such things as how many minutes you plan to run, how far you plan to run, or the "type" of run (i.e., tempo run, intervals, etc)
* After each run, record what you actually did...how far did you go, how many minutes did it take, how did you feel, what was your average speed/pace.
* It sometimes helps to note what kind of surface you're running on...that definitely can make a difference in how your joints feel and how fast/far you can go.
I, for one, am HORRIBLE about doing this, so this will be a BIG challenge for me this week. If you decide to do this, let me know how you do.
Leader, 10K Training SparkTeam Co-Leader, The Beginners Running Club SparkTeam
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