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Running Tip: Keep Track of Your Mileage

If you run for fun or just to stay healthy, you probably aren't too concerned about how many miles you rack up, but you should be. Not to brag to your friends and family, but to help figure out when you need to purchase new shoes. You should be springing for new sneaks after you've completed between 300 and 400 miles.

Here are some ways to keep track:

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sparklestar sparklestar 7 years
I use gmaps pedometer. :D AWESOME!
sparklestar sparklestar 7 years
I use gmaps pedometer. :D AWESOME!
Spectra Spectra 7 years
I have a few different routes that I've measured out and I add up the mileage per week...I usually average between 60-70 miles a week which helps me decide when to change my shoes.
alethia037 alethia037 7 years
I use logyourrun.com. You can input what shoes you are wearing and it keeps track of the miles on each shoe (I wear different shoes when it is wet out). You can also map out your running routes, and graph your progress if you are training for a particular race or goal. I love it!
runningesq runningesq 7 years
My Garmin 205 was the single best thing that happened to my running .. pace, miles, time of day, fastest speed, average speed, current speed. SWOON.
orangek8 orangek8 7 years
Google Pedometer is SO AWESOME.
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