Mt Everest Challenge Week No. 1 Review
|Challenge Day||Todays Miles||Total Miles||Miles Left|
|Day No. 1||1,729||1,729||27,300|
|Day No. 2||1,178||2,907||26,122|
|Day No. 3||295||3,202||25,827|
|Day No. 4||1,480||4,682||24,347|
|Day No. 5||1,181||5,863||23,166|
|Day No. 6||Fail||5,863||23,166|
|Day No. 7||Fail||5,863||23,166|
|Day No. 8||1,742||7,605||21,424|
The days in the above chart are links to my Strava profile for the corresponding run.
Not a total failure. I have built in fail safes. Unexpected family plans arose and I was in the concrete jungle of Philadelphia ish. Running was an option but everything is flat and I would have been wasting my time. I will just add a few extra feet onto some of my runs this week to make up the slack.
I am using Strava so the numbers are traceable and standard. The only downfall is that Strava starts the week on Monday when I start the week on Sunday. So there is a one day layover from when I started. This will be a 30 day challenge from the start day. I am not the type of person that just barely makes his goals. I usually destroy them.
I am working on video logs for the challenge on my YouTube channel. Please check it outn and leave a comment on what you think. Like, share, subscribe for updates & blah blah blah social media plugs. The vlogs are called 30 seconds because I want them as short glimpses into that day. Longer videos will be created weekly.
I appreciate feedback on the challenge and my progress. If you have any other ideas on running challenges that would help my training for elevated 100 milers I am game.