2017 Mileage Club

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  1. Barefoot TJ

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    2017 Mileage Club


    Time to post your total mileage count for 2017.

    Post below the miles (or km) you have ran, walked, and/or hiked either barefoot or minimal.

    We'll get you a shiny certificate of accomplishment!

    Check out previous years' Mileage Club Certificate recipients here: http://thebarefootrunners.org/library-articles/mileage-club.23/
     
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  2. gueng

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    Between 2017-01-01 an 2017-12-31, I ran 1.933,25 km (= 1.201,52 mi) skin-to ground.
     
  3. Tedlet

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    Total of just 476km for me (all barefoot). Bit more than last year, so still going in the right direction!...
     
  4. Rémi

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    Similar for me...
    484,1 km barefoot :barefoot: and 251,6 km minshod :confused:.
    457,2 mi in total :).
     
  5. Christian Lemburg

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    In 2017, I ran / walked / hiked 2232 km (1387 mi), all barefoot. Mostly daily running, but also some hiking.
     
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    I'd say I did about 200 miles barefoot in 2017. But now with my Apple Watch I'll be able to keep better track of how far I went.
     
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    arrh damn my running is not spilt up in categories. I ran 1400 km total (41 km vertical gain) and best guess is 250-300 km in minimal shoes (zemgear or Vivobarefoot or..barefoot)
     
  8. c17

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    Hi,

    From 2017/01/01 to 2017/12/31, I ran 1287.56 km (800 mi, wow, perfect count! :p) barefoot and 46.08 km (28.5 mi) in huaraches.

    Clément
     
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    In 2017 I ran 1814 miles (2902 km), every step skin to ground!
     
  10. petit-pied

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    surprise for me:sorry: I can't run more that 30 minutes...

    but with addition... it's not so bad : 211,3 km (oups sorry 131.3 miles) (barefoot of course;))

    :lurking:ok it's not my 1,083 m of the year 2015... but I'm coming back from far away.:p
     
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    1541 km (957 miles), goal was 1700k but took 3-4 weeks of for moving over to my new house
     
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    Approximately 880 mile barefoot 8 miles with shoes vivobarefoots. I did a hand full of half Marathons and no full marathons. I really had a nice year of running most miles this year with my new partner Boulder (he is a rescue Plot hound). :happy:
     
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  13. Tristan

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    Had a great year! Made PR's in 5k and half marathon (only two distances I raced). Most running miles in a year too! Pretty much everything was up except cycling was way down, something had to give.

    Total mileage this year barefoot & minimal 1381 miles
    1311 miles skin to ground, 70 miles minimal


    For the first time in a few years I had to subtract a small amount of my mileage (17.6) completely since I was fully shod (regular hiking boots) on a two day mountain hike. Huge mistake, what a miserable experience! Going back to the only thing I'll ever wear non minimal is my steel toes for the serious work, everything else barefoot or minimal!

    My stats for all sports tracked on my endomondo app (miles):
    running 1279
    walking 80.2
    hiking 39.6
    cycling 337
    indoor cycling 102
    kayaking 24
    stairs 29.5 hours (just counting going up)

    Goals for '18... maintain same running mileage but work cycling back up to 1500 miles. Run 26.2 at least once, no time goal. Try and break 6min/mi 5k.
     
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    In 2017 I ran 1504k in total (more than double compared to 2016).
    793k barefoot, and 711k minimal (vivobarefoot and xero).
    Barefoot races included five half marathons, one 2/3 marathon, and one full marathon.
    Although most of it was on asphalt, I also did some barefoot trail running, planning to do more in 2018.
     
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    In 2017 I ran 212,5 miles (341,9 km).
     
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    Only started tracking distance with Strava in June and racked up 724.1 miles. I'm guessing there's only at best 200 more miles than that from Jan-May of last year. Curious to find out what I can log for 2018.

    Anybody have tips on an easy way to keep track of unshod vs shod miles? Emphasis on easy. I'm lazy and if it's not super duper simple I'll stick to it for about a week then stop then all of you out there will get over-inflated, ego-padding estimates instead of the truth. Speaking of, I'd say about 1,000 of those 724.1 Strava miles were unshod.
     
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    697 miles total run/walk (631 miles were barefoot). Not counting any of my normal walking around every day, most of which is barefoot.
     
  18. Tristan

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    Can't you select 'gear' ins strava? I'm not really sure I havent used it but I thought you could actually track what you do with say different shoes. One of those 'shoes' could be called barefoot if so. On my endomondo I can add in and filter on tags, but only when paying for premium membership. Instead I just put shod in the workout heading so when I look at the history list at the end of the year I can quickly add up all the runs with shod in the heading. But I only had 10-20 total and only had look at the history for like 3-4 months, that'd be harder if you had shod stuff mixed in all year round and many dozens of entries.
     
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    Hello,

    No better answer than Tristan. I use sports-tracker (web version) to store my logs, using two different categories for barefoot or huaraches' runs. Then the site allows me to sum the different categories from date to date, so it's ok for me.

    I haven't tried the smartphone app more than that, some features are not free and it's probably not better than strava or any other running app (the only benefit for me would be to save me the hassle to download the log files from my watch to my PC and then to upload them to the web site).

    Clément
     
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    Ah, yes, gear! :)

    Strava does have that and I just now configured it. They even have an option under "brand" for "barefoot (no shoes)"!

    I've been using Strava mostly because it's what I used for MTB riding and all my MTB friends are already on there. The social aspect of it seems a pretty clever way to get people to stick with the app. What's interesting to me is a lot of the people I know on Strava used to post their workouts to FB but now just to Strava. I wonder if there's a bit of an effect of FB friends giving people crap for bragging about working out or something like that. Better to just post to a workout app for a more receptive audience?
     

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