Use this 1000 mile tracker to keep you motivated and on-track in 2023!
This is a PDF that you can print and color as you complete your miles.
How this one-page tracker is designed:
Each section of the tracker represents 2 miles. If you walk/run an odd number of miles, you can fill in half of a section.
For example, if you walk/run 4 miles on day 1, you’d fill in the first 2 sections (2 and 4). If you go 3 miles the next day, you’d fill in the 6 section and half of the 8 section, to show that you’re at a total of 7 miles.
When creating the tracker, I planned on an average of about 3 miles per day to get me to 1000 miles before the end of December; so, I have the month names after the approximate number of miles to complete, to show where I should be to stay close to that average.
For example, the January label is after 92 miles, February is after 178 miles, March is after 270 etc.
Staying at this pace gets you to 890 miles at the end of October and gives you fewer miles to complete in Nov and Dec to reach 1000.
If you stay at the 3 mile/day average, you can hit some bonus miles at the end of the year!
If you do fewer miles per day, you’ll just have more to complete each day as you get closer to the end of the year.