9th Aug 12, 15:03 #1
Endomondo - Fitness challenges Nov/Dec 2012
November - December - Most Miles on Foot, Most Miles by Bike, Most Calories
For the next challenge I've decided to split it up in into different categories, as it's much easier to put the miles on a bike as it is on foot, so there are seperate challenges for 'By bike' and 'On foot'. There's a seperate overall category but that's done by the amount of calories you've burned in the meantime.
Most miles by bike : Endomondo | Community based on free GPS tracking of sports
Most miles on foot : Endomondo | Community based on free GPS tracking of sports
Most calories : Endomondo | Community based on free GPS tracking of sports
I was originally going to run it for 4 months over the winter but the interest comes at the end so this one is 2 months again and will take us to the end of the year.
About Endomondo: Endomondo | Community based on free GPS tracking of sports
It's an app you install on your smart phone and whenever you are out and about it will track you via GPS and allow you to see how you are doing, how far you've been etc. You can take part in many different challenges of which the Motorsport Forums challenge is one. You don't have to sign up using your real name.
If you are already using Endomono your existing workouts will count towards this challenge.
Last edited by Mark; 1st Nov 12 at 10:42.
9th Aug 12, 15:38 #2
Mark why don't you get yourself (another) an Australian servant girl, which is realllllllly randy??? Then relax !
9th Aug 12, 15:53 #3
9th Aug 12, 16:12 #4
WTF, are you on drugs?
9th Aug 12, 20:08 #5
I've had a slow start to this months exercise regime. Too much time spent watching the Olympics on tv instead. I'm in it to win it.My phone has an alarm clock! Ner Ner!
9th Aug 12, 20:13 #6
I'm plugging away and have a healthy lead but I'm under no illusions here
9th Aug 12, 20:14 #7
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10th Aug 12, 03:36 #9
Is this a competition? because my 58y/o body has a nimble, polwerful, very coordinated athleticism, even for where I come from. Cheers to you for even understanding a very old espression: "no pain? no gain.!" Stiff upper lip and all that mateThose who believe in telekinetics raise my hand.
10th Aug 12, 07:01 #10
I can see myself losing very badly with this...
10th Aug 12, 08:36 #11
Although GridGirl is currently stone last .. I don't expect this situation to continue and would still say she's favourite for the title!
11th Aug 12, 09:02 #12
Mark, I'm trying to give you guys a head start.My phone has an alarm clock! Ner Ner!
11th Aug 12, 16:51 #13
And we've all just been trounced by Greg
11th Aug 12, 17:35 #14
Might need to step up my game with a cycle over Shap on Monday. A couple of category 5 climbs and one category 4 climb on Monday might put me back contention.My phone has an alarm clock! Ner Ner!
11th Aug 12, 18:27 #15
I dont know how it works but it sounds like fun
Wish I'd known about this before!Ha'wey Hamilton, bring the WDC crown home and the beers are on me
11th Aug 12, 18:38 #16
I might run it again for September.
11th Aug 12, 18:41 #17
It's pretty similar to Sportstracker. I like they work with bluetooth heart rate monitor-devices, i used one when skii-in or road cycling to keep an eye on my fitness progress(or the lack of).C'est la vie ja taksi tuo.
11th Aug 12, 19:06 #18
Sportstracker is way better than Endomondo. I have used it with
three diffrent monille phones and it works brilliantly.
11th Aug 12, 22:23 #19
I think the route maps look better in Sports Tracker, but overall I prefer Endomondo.
11th Aug 12, 23:40 #20
This looks like a test for ourselves aswel as comparing our distances to others. After all, road cyclists would cover way more ground than off road cyclists and runners, etc. But I'd be interested to see how far I could travel!Ha'wey Hamilton, bring the WDC crown home and the beers are on me