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Discussion in 'Mileage Reporting' started by Barefoot TJ, Jan 1, 2017.
Thanks TJ, difficult times for sure but it's life after all. She was 92 years old.
2199 km (1367 mi) skin-to-ground.
9 barefoot races (5k up to half-marathon).
A little injury (heel bone bruise) kept me from barefoot running in March.
Overall, it was a good running year for me.
Hey, wait a minute, according to my factory ticker mile records I actually had 1404.7 miles, I was closer to my goal as it turns out...not by much but it's something
so I had:
1292.7 bf miles
112. VFF miles
I'm new to this keeping track thing.So for now, I'll just post what I posted on this site for these last few months, which comes out to 126.05 barefoot miles; 21.8 in minimalist footwear.
Running 2016 - all barefoot 118,7 miles.
-Feel every step of your barefoot runs-
I enjoyed nature with each of my 486 miles of last year.
Let’s start a new challenge for 2017
1269 Km Running last Year
A view injurys but nothing really serious some glass and wooden pieces in my feet.
3 oficial run`s
2 times 10 km
1 Half Marathon in Cologne
142 km Barefoot running
131,5 km Luna Sandals
Best year evah !
1051km "other" (mostly my old Vibram Dunas 10mm huaraches)
That's 1865 miles total, 1212 miles barefoot.
Staying busy in 2017, too!
Anyone else want to report their 2016 mileage? Please do so soon.
I could be wrong about this but I think I did about 10 mile barefoot walking. Didn't do so much on account of my job and everything else.
Me! Will try to get to it later today.
Lol! Bite me!
Seriously though, as you know I've had a lot on my mind and things taking my time and attention, especially the last couple months. I may be straggling to report, but thankfully I've still been out there doing mileage. Hopefully I can still get my info tonight, but I have chores to do and a letter to write my son yet...
Running: 1,278 miles (all barefoot)
Hiking/Walking: ~550 miles (barefoot)
And not sure how many miles of random walking, but according to Charity Miles I walked/ran a total of 2,053 miles in 2016 (not counting the activities where the app crashed and the mileage was not recorded, which unfortunately was fairly often with my old phone). I do not know how many of those other miles (beyond the 1,828) were barefoot vs shod, but I very rarely wear shoes. If I do, it's very minimalist (usually XeroShoes).
No running injuries. A few minor barefoot "injuries" such as thistle thorns
I ran a handful of races last year. All of my normal events, plus a couple new ones. All barefoot. First half marathon of the year (one of my usual races), I earned a PR and won first place in my age group. Just two weeks later, I smashed that PR by about 8 minutes for my second half marathon for the year (another usual). My next race was a new one for me, a "7k" (it's actually 4.64 miles) in which I earned second place in my AG. Then I ran an inaugural 5k at a convention in Kentucky (Horse Park), and won second place in my AG. My next event was also new, a 9-11 memorial 20k ruck/run combination, a different race challenge for me - Carry a rucksack (25lbs minimum) the first 9k, then drop ruck and finish the final 11k. I managed to pull off first place overall! Finally, I finished off my racing for 2016 with another event I tend to do every year, a very hilly rocky 20k trail/road race through forest, gorges, etc, in which I placed first in my AG despite my slow pace. A very successful race year, although I attribute a good deal of that to falling into the lowest end of my age group last year . Unfortunately, I also suffered several personal losses which occurred shortly after a few of these races, so my gratification and excitement was short lived .
Although a bit late, but here are the 2016 numbers:
140k / 87m barefoot
304k / 190m minimalist
283k / 176m shod
2016 was my first season attempting barefoot running.
Above milage includes 3 barefoot races:
June 9.6k / 6m 0:52
August half marathon 2:26
September half marathon 2:43
More happened in 2017 so far, YTD 445k /278m barefoot, 405k / 253m minimalist, including 2 half marathons (1:58 and 2:07), a 10k (1:11), and a 6m (0:49) under the belt, with more to come (one half and a 28k in August, and a full marathon in September).