Really, to cover 100 miles in a month, the simplest way to do so would be to run 3 miles every day (in a 31 day month you are at 93 right there), then all you need to do is run add an extra mile each Saturday and Sunday and boom! 100 miles, actually just over that. But, I did not do that. I did not run every single day, I do other cross training workouts, including yoga, spinning and rowing (and now that the summer has started I'll be swimming again as well).
Here's how my 100 miles added up: (I only ran 17 out of the 31 days, I did other workouts on most of the other days, yoga, spinning, rowing, core training)
Running - 93.25 miles
Hiking - 5.57 miles
Walking - 1.5 miles
Total - 100.32 miles
My shortest run/walk was 1.5 miles. My longest run was 20.35 miles. Overall, including walking and hiking I averaged a 12.6 minute pace - not super speedy, but considering there were a couple of slow hikes and a slow walk, not bad. Total time running/walking/hiking - 21.18 hours, almost one full day.
On to June! My one and only goal this month is to complete the Alaska Mayor's Marathon in Anchorage in just over two weeks. I would like to PR, but I'm trying not to think about that just yet. Will I hit 100 miles in June? I don't know, maybe, maybe not. I do plan on hitting it again in July and hopefully in August too.
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