The Annual Pile on the Miles Running Challenge Starts Nov 1st! Join now to see how many miles you can run or walk this month!
Get the FREE printable Running Tracker and Chase down your goals. Plus there are daily check-ins here and on the @RunEatRepeat Instagram account to help you stay accountable and motivated.
No excuses. Let’s go!
Pile on the Miles FREE Virtual Running Challenge
Join the Run Challenge & You’ll Get:
- Your Choice of = 50 / 100 / 200 Miles Tracker (printable pdf)
- Tips & Check-ins to help you stay accountable!
- Finisher’s certificate at the end of the challenge
How to JOin this Run Challenge:
- Choose the best mileage tracker for you – 50 Miles / 100 Miles / 200 Miles.
- Sign up to get that tracker below (we just need your name & email).
- Print it out & Write down your goal for the month. Put it up somewhere you’ll see everyday.
- Nov 1 to 30 – color in (or cross off) the miles as you go! Chase down that goal!!
- Share your progress on Instagram and Facebook! Invite your friends and followers to join too!
Please tag @RunEatRepeat on Instagram with your posts so I can share them too!
FAQs about Pile on the Miles Run Challenge:
When/Where do we run? – A: This is a completely VIRTUAL Run Challenge so you run when and where you choose.
Is it Free? – A: Yes.
Do Run/Walk interval miles count? – A: Yes.
I don’t run that much, but do take walks. Can I use the tracker for walking miles? – A: Yes.
I run a few times a week and also take walks… can I count both of those mile totals? – A: Yes. This is up to you. If your goal is to just run more… just set a goal for running miles and track those. If you just want to hit a certain amount of miles overall, you can count walking and running miles.
What if I don’t finish all 50 miles? – A: It’s okay, the point is to challenge yourself to run or walk MORE than you have been doing lately.
What if I choose the 50 mile tracker and finish it before the month is up? – A: YAYYY!!! That’s awesome!! You can either start another 50 mile chart or get the 100 mile tracker and go from there.
Should I use a running app or GPS watch to track my miles? – A: This is completely optional. This challenge is on the honor system – so you can use whatever method you feel comfortable with to figure out how many miles you’ve done.
What if I don’t know if I should get the 50 Mile Tracker or 100 Mile Tracker? – A: You can get both! But, it’s best if you set a goal based on how many miles you did last month (assuming you’re not sick or injured and at a similar fitness level). Once you have a realistic goal – that will tell you what mileage tracker is probably best for you right now.
I’m injured right now. Will you do another running challenge in January? – A: I’m sorry – running injuries really suck. And yes, there will be another running challenge in January.
Is there a medal for completing this running challenge? – A: Since this is a free challenge there’s not a medal for finishing. But if that’s something a lot of people are interested in – we can definitely get medals for the next challenge. Please let me know if this will help motivate you.
PILE on the MILES Running Challenge Instagram & Facebook shares
You can let your friends & followers know you’re doing the challenge by posting one of the colorful “I’m doing the Pile on the Miles Challenge” logos.
Save or Screenshot your favorite ‘Pile on the Miles’ Bib Image & Post it on your Instagram, Facebook or Blog.
ALL Runners and Walkers are welcome to join us – so please share and tag @RunEatRepeat so they can get the tracker too!