Weekly Running Recap: 30+ Miles

This week was a relatively high mileage week for me total — 31 miles! I haven’t seen 30 weekly miles since I was half marathon training a few months ago, but somehow I ended up hitting that number this week.

Here is a look at my mileage this week:

Some highlights from the week include:

Seeing lots of deer again. Including these 2 baby deer, which I saw a few days in a row!

Getting in a stroller run with my little man on Sunday.

He even took a pic of me during one of our water breaks!

Running every day. It doesn’t happen often that I don’t take a day off, but I felt pretty good all week.

Some questions for you:

  • How many days do you run?
  • Do you have a step goal you set for yourself?

I’m linking up with Deborah and Kim for the Weekly Run Down.

7 thoughts on “Weekly Running Recap: 30+ Miles

  1. Well done on the mileage! I typically don’t run everyday unless I’m doing a (brief) run streak (and then, most of those runs are very short, 1-2 miles, and during winter). I think keeping your runs fairly short, like you did, is key to making the daily runs work. Your little guy is so cute!

  2. Great job on your mileage this week! I usually run 5 days a week but this week I didn’t feel like running and ran 2 days. I had a Fitbit and was in a step challenge but decided not to do it anymore. Man, this week I was just in a funky mood.

  3. Great miles! I definitely do not run every day. Typically I aim for 3 or 4 run days with lots of cross training thrown in. We have lots of deer here but I rarely see fawns. How cool to see two together!

  4. Great job on getting all those runs in! I usually run every day but keep my mileage low. I ended up not running this weekend so this morning meant a longer run

  5. oh wow GREAT mileage!! I generally run 4 x a week but I bike (commute) every day and also try to get to the gym at least once if not twice. My marathon training is ramping up now and this is my first week with 5 days a week running. Kind of nervous about that!

    I do try to get an average of 10K steps a day, ideally that number on the actual day but sometimes I’m 9000 one day and 12k the next so it evens out.

  6. Great job on all that mileage and getting in a run every day! I generally run 4 days a week now but had raised it to 5 days when I was training for a marathon. Adorable photo with your son!

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