2015 was the year of the gun. In 2015 I ran less but trained more and more diversely. It was a transition year that during some points were very melancholy and other times was very exciting.
Miles ran- 801 When I was lamenting about how few miles I ran this year a good friend of mine laughed and reminded me how I just ran as far as "normal" people. The motivation wasn't there at times but I hope to get it back.
Miles biked- 209 I cross trained more this year. Most bike miles ever I think. Mostly Mountain Bike.
Other miles- 21 hiking,walking,rucking etc..
Total miles- 1031..869 miles less than last year. I need to ramp it up again
I participated in 7 races this year. 13 less than last year but I took an 8 month break from racing. I didn't race on the road at all this year.
1- Mountain Bike Race
3- Other trail races
My first full year as a Paramedic I ran over 200 calls. I was lead on about 150 of these. Ran my first code without a net as the Paramedic in charge. I expect to run more on 2016.
Shooting and Training
I became heavily involved in self defense/firearms training this year. Both taking training and giving it. I expect this to continue as I have started my own firearms training business.
Firearms Training Courses taken- 7
Contact Weapons/Defensive Tactics Courses taken-4
Instructor Credentials obtained-3
CCW classes instructed- 30
Years since joining US Army-33
Years since retirement-10
Years since Ranger School-27
Years since Q course- 25
Number of jobs I have quit since retirement- 2
Number of jobs I currently have- 3
Number of Reserve LEO Departments- 2
Number of EMS Agencies-3
Thats it. 2016 is waiting