3650 km for the year. That's 10 km per day.
It's starting to gather momentum, if you reckon it's achievable, why not join, give it a go.
private group, not a pace-bunny group.
Want to add a spark of motivation in your training? Run consistently all year long?
This group is open to everyone. The goal is to run 1000 miles during the next calendar year. That is, 19.2 miles/week on average. Enter your weekly mileage and we'll track how you're progressing throughout the year. Pace Bunny provided!
The year is starting January 1st 2008! Sign Up Now!
This group is for those that use biking as their primary means of cross training (with or without the intention of competing in duathlons/triathlons). The goal is to run a total of 1000 miles and bike a total of 1000 miles in the year 2009.
A counterpoint to the 1000 Mile Club. Our goal is to run 1000 KM within the calendar year of 2012. That averages out to a little under 12 miles/wk for the whole year. Pace bunny provided.
Active group for folks interested in improving their racing times for 5k/10k and all other middle distances like 1 mile, 1500m, 2 miles, 3000m, 8k, 5 miles etc.
We all have different level of abilities but we can still cheer each other on and improve together!
Run a marathon per week, either in 7 days or one day! (26.2 / 7) * 365 = 1366.14 miles! To beat the bunny you should run 1367 miles!
Get your pace bunny here! How would you like to run 1500 miles in 2015? Averaging 29 miles/wk will get you there. Not for the faint of heart! Now go run...
Men ONLY, please!! (And preferably from stick-up-your-ass New England states.)
A stepping stone between the 1000 Mile Club and the 1500 Mile Club. Our goal is to run 2,000,000 meters or 1243 miles within the calendar year of 2010. That averages out to about 38,462 meters or 23.9 miles per week for the whole year.
Howard County Striders Next Step 10K/10M training program.
2013 HCS Next Step Marathon Group 4
2013 HCS NS 10k 10 Mile Group 4
Training Group 3
Next Step group 4
Half full group 5
Training group 10