Sometimes I wonder about myself.
It’s late Friday afternoon. I’m done all the activities on my “to do” list for the day and I’ve still got a couple of hours before Chris arrives home from Canberra, so I figured, why not go for a run?
I’ve been “dabbling” with what I loosely call “running” lately and am trying to build myself back up to being a regular runner, okay, maybe “jogger” is a better word.
I recently installed the Strava app to track my runs and my anticipated progress.
Today would be its maiden voyage. I was eager to see what data Strava provided and see what insights it could deliver as I set out on my new running journey. It’s meant to give you times, distances, map your route, give you stats on pace and all kinds of data!
It’s meant to. But for it to deliver on all these information goodies, you actually have to turn it on properly.
Which, of course, I didn’t. DOH!
So, the stats for today are a sad Strava 1 – Linda 0.
All was not lost though. Between my Fitbit and my general health app on my phone, I learned that I ran for 21 minutes and tracked approximately 2.5 km. So my stats are these: