Forget the fancy detailed graphs and tables and instead use this 60-mile Free Printable Running Chart to help you track the miles on the road to success. Each time you run a mile, cross it off and before you know it you’ve run your way to 60 miles!
This is a great running chart for beginners to chart distance and easily keep track of mileage on one easy sheet.
When I trained for a half marathon in college, I used this printable running chart as a way to fulfill my deepest crossing-off desires as I started running. Because why should kids be able to keep all the sticker chart fun to themselves? Unlike a lot of the detailed charts that require calculations and #math, this one is plain, simple and fool-proof.
I designed this running chart template to help you rack up the miles on the road to a more active lifestyle. You can download this running chart for free below, print it off on your home printer, and hang it on your wall for when you are looking for a little extra motivation to get moving!
While this running chart is for 60 miles, I also have a different habit tracker printable to help you track a 40-day or 40-mile challenge OR this 30-minute workout chart printable if you’re more into tracking time.
What You Need to Make Running Chart:
- Running Chart Printable Download (click here to download)
- White Cardstock (or Text-Weight Paper)
How to Make Running Chart:
Step 1: Print the printable running chart on 8.5 x 11″ white cardstock or text-weight paper.
Step 2: Attach to the wall with colorful washi tape or place in an 8×10 glass frame for a reusable option! When inside a frame, you can use a dry-erase marker to cross things off and when you get to the 60-mile mark, you can simply clean it off and start again.
Tip: This chart doesn’t have to just be for running! You can use it to track walking, cycling, or anything that requires distance. Or trim off the top section of the print-out and use it to track anything you want to stick to for 60 days.
I really really really want to try and start running this year too. I’m determined to get somewhat good at it and consistently run a few times a week! Good luck to you! Hope you had a wonderful New Year’s! :)
Can I tell you how happy this post made me…from the fact that I too hate running all the way to that Kim Possible reference!
I think the half marathon is a fantastic goal and I hope you get there! I am hoping to get through my first 5K this year.
I always add insignificant stuff to my lists so that I feel accomplished, it is the only way to be a list maker and enjoy it.
i’m trying to get into running, also! i don’t know about a marathon, but i’m attempting to incorporate running into my lifestyle! good luck to you! and thanks for the printable! i looooove crossing things off! couch to 5k is a great program for working up to 3 miles in 9ish weeks. i dk about a program for a 1/2 though!
Kristen @ Confessions of a GDS says
lol! Kim Possible… what a throwback! And I do the same thing with lists… it’s a nice strategy to feeling accomplished. And personally, I won’t run unless someone is chasing me. I am trying to be more active this year by doing some home exercises every morning.. so this print will most definitely be of use. Thanks dear! And best of luck with your running goals- you can do it!!
Brittney Denman says
I love your printables! I ran 1 mile this morning. It was like pulling teeth. I am not a runner… but I will!
…Going to Print!!
Meg Cady says
Oh MY! I totally know the feeling of writing something down where everyone can read it and then feeling like it really has to happen!
OK. I am going to print this out. I am going to run.
(oh wait I think i just wrote that down which means I now have to do it!)
Kendra Leigh says
Ooh, nice! I love this. I’m totally printing it out ASAP. Hopefully it will help me stay motivated. :)
YAY! I’m so excited for you! When I saw your comment on my blog I thought “oh, but she doesnt even know!”. I was not a runner when i first started either. I hated it, really. but now all of that has changed and it’s changed my outlook on healthy living completely! Whatever advice you need or if you need some motivational words, I am here! :-)
p.s.- i do the same thing with lists, it feels less chaotic when I have a list.
This post definitely made me smile. I know you’ll do great in that marathon!:)
love this printable! What a great visual to feel accomplished and to see progress. Also, I am exactly the same way with lists. I go through post it notes like it’s my job… lists on them all over the place. Cute post!!