2020-Q2 Quarterly update (late)

Yeah, I’m almost a month late, so this is a 7 month update instead of a half year (Q2) update, but it is what it is…

First up, total elevation, which was really my main goal this year, and you can see I’m pretty far ahead of my goal. The Limitless Vertical Challenge, and more time in the mountains due to less travel (in turn due to COVID), means a lot more climbing:

Next, total time for all activities and I’m just slightly above goal pace. Still have my work cut out to reach 500 hours of training before the end of the year! The additional walking I’m doing is helping.

Here is running distance, again just slightly ahead – and how I ran a lot un 2018 (orange line) until November when I started having groin/sacrum issues!

Next, cycling distance…. Mountain biking just doesn’t give the miles! I’ll have to really pick up on the trainer to have a shot here, as I’m just over 400 miles behind target. Not sure I’ll be able to pull this one out.

Finally, total distance for all activities, also far behind. This is mostly behind due to lack of cycling mileage described above.

As of now, most races are still cancelled. There’s a glimmer of hope for the BFC in September, as it may be opened to prior 50k finishers, of which I have two. If so, I will 100% be there! That will give in the ball park of 35 miles and 10-12k’ of climb. No GPS, so it’s a bit of an estimate based on the course, which changes every year. And usually gets more difficult! Time to get my elevation back on like it was for the Ascent Challenge!

1 thought on “2020-Q2 Quarterly update (late)

  1. Really impressive. With this kind of conditioning I really for your sake that races are scheduled again do you can take advantage of h Th he mikes.

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