My own lofty goal to run 1000 miles in 2016 has already been documented here – and I’m due to update my progress – but I saw a video this morning that was too cool not to share.
In the video a runner has compiled footage of his running over the course of a year, almost exclusively on a regular route, set the whole thing to music while cutting along seasonal variations so you can see just how gorgeous the same place can be over time.
As someone who tends to run the same places regularly (one at work, one at home) it’s great to appreciate both the familiarity and variance of someone else’s running. It’s also a pretty gorgeous landscape, I’m guessing in the American West somewhere based on the snow, mountains & the fact that the YouTube channel also features a “hyperlapse” video of a run in Bozeman, MT.
I also like the addition of race footage in to the video in what I assume is the actual location of the race, both geographically and linearly. Either way it highlights the opposite of what I just mentioned – a kind of breaking of the routine while still taking advantage of the seasons.
Good for this person for creating this video. The closest I’ve ever come is a simple test with my Father-In-Law’s GoPro almost 2 years ago.
Until next time, I’ll keep running so I can hopefully update my annual progress.