Started by Jutter, August 10, 2013, 09:23:47 AM
Quote from: "SilentFutility"GPS watches are fairly decent for running. I've got one of those.
Quote from: "SGOS"If you try Geocaching ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geocaching ), you will see that there is an amount of signal drift. This may account for all those smart bombs we drop down theoretical chimneys that end up wiping out the neighbors, rather than the actual terrorists.
Quote from: "SGOS"Quote from: "SilentFutility"GPS watches are fairly decent for running. I've got one of those.They make them for mountain bikes (well, any kind of pedal bike). Very light weight, and they also report speed. When I was a kid, they used to have speedometers for bikes, but they were heavy and clunky, probably even created some resistance to the wheel. A few of my friends had them.
Quote from: "Jutter"I just stop running when I start feeling tired, and I don't start unless I'm actually in a hurry. And what's in between doesn't last long.Call me a minimalist.
Quote from: "SilentFutility"I know you were joking around, but it's a point worth making imo, a lot of people see them as a bit gimmicky but they are extremely useful for maximising the effectiveness of your runs. I don't particularly like running, so if I do get my arse out and do it I'd rather it was actually doing something for me.