Running Logs

Do you?....

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09/06/2006 at 14:55
I'm shocked and disappointed in you, 360. Putting up such a shameless link.

;-)
360
09/06/2006 at 15:00
Just being helpful.
09/06/2006 at 15:23
Am I the only one who keeps thinking this thread is related to an article about dairy products? We know that Fetch is the big cheese of running logs, who are the running yoghurts?
09/06/2006 at 15:34
I'm more of a strong mature type.....I go well with red wine
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09/06/2006 at 16:15
The problem lies in their sense of humour, Max, or rather, lack thereof...

Fetchies certainly don't lack it...
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09/06/2006 at 16:16
Also, on Fetcheveryone.com nothing but positive vibes... unlike some threads on here :-(
09/06/2006 at 16:24
Hello people, Ive been running competetively(? i can never spell that!!) for 3 years now and have never considered using a training log. Do you reckon it would benefit me, my times for 5k 10k etc are pretty much the same everytime I run, so will a log help me reach the next level or is it more of a beginners thing? :)

(n.b. Im always interested to hear what a girl with pig tails thinks!! katieB :P lol)
09/06/2006 at 16:28
eh eh eh fresh blood.............

BE - It's for all levels, from Ultra runners to those on a run x 1 , walk x 1.

Running log's can not only be a place for you to log your runs, but also your races, your thoughts and feelings about your performance. You can at the click of a button compare this year to last etc.

without a running log I would not be where I am today............





......oh hang on


yes, there are loads of different ones out there to choose from.

(he said he didn't want us plugging ok?)
09/06/2006 at 16:40
:-)
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09/06/2006 at 16:46
Yes, I am with Max, there are loads of different ways to log your runs. You can use pen and paper or a spreadsheet on your computer. Then there are custom made ones of all flavours...

And then there is....


















Fe...
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09/06/2006 at 16:47
Well, you get it!
09/06/2006 at 17:58
why cant I get onto fetch?

anyone else having problems
09/06/2006 at 18:03
I'm on, Max.
09/06/2006 at 18:14
nope.....it wont let me...........i'm trying to avoid revision
09/06/2006 at 18:25
... ah, that will be the reason. Fetch just wants the best for you.
09/06/2006 at 18:27
dag nammit...............instead I've spent the last hour looking at Tri's for autumn
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10/06/2006 at 09:23
Oh dear Max...
11/06/2006 at 08:05
I've just seen fetch, and I would love to use it, but I daren't because the notes come up publicly.

Does anybody else find this scarey - if I record my training runs in detail, a stalker or worse could work out where I'm going to be and follow me?

It's not much use recording a run without recording where you went, either, is it?

I just tried www-running-log.com, and it keeps giving me errors when I try to register, so that's no good either. Think I'll buy a notebook.
11/06/2006 at 09:09
Katharine- you don't have to put too much detail in the public training on Fetch. I sometimes put my route and sometimes just ramble about the weather, my music or my mood.

I would also suggest you speak to Fetch himself if you are worried he may be able to find a way round your worries. You can keep most of your details as private as you want....put your detials in your blog and keep that private too if you like.

We'll help and support you on FE don't worry. :-)
11/06/2006 at 14:48
"you don't have to put too much detail in the public training on Fetch. "

No of course you don't, but in that case it's pretty useless! My intent was to record my exact route and how I felt, so I could repeat it if necessary and so on.

I've downloaded a spreadsheet from Serpentine runners, though this of course isn't interactive at all.

I think Fetch needs a secret area which is never shown to anybody else, where you can do a blow by blow account of where you went.
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