Started by zoony, February 26, 2020, 23:56:36 pm
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Quote from: zoony on May 05, 2020, 18:34:17 pmAs I'm back to work tomorrow, I tweaked this route today and upped it to 6.15, in the same time. Burned an extra 13 calories as well.
Quote from: zoony on May 11, 2020, 16:50:27 pmUpped it again today to 6.23 miles, in 1hr 38mins with a 1,381 calorie burn.
Quote from: zoony on May 12, 2020, 15:39:44 pmJust tweaked another route that I do, and broke my record again;Distance - 6.35 milesMoving time - 1hr 42minsElevation gain - 491 feetCalories - 1,408
Quote from: Matt2112 on May 18, 2020, 00:19:09 amAbsolute cracker of a walk with the dog this evening. Out for almost three hours, probably covering around 5 miles, with the odd stop to take in the views as we really are blessed with some marvellous scenery round our way. Took a fairly gentle route down and up Shibden Valley (Gentleman Jack country) along mostly unmarked roads through farmland, crossing the borough line between Calderdale and Bradford and into the village of Queensbury.Spent a while at an exceptional - if rather windy - vantage point overlooking the next valley, gazing at my old secondary school, long closed but used nowadays for the Channel 4 series Ackley Bridge.Then it was time to head home, so I made the steep, steep descent down the notorious Shibden Wall, aka the "Cote de Shibden", used on the Tour de Yorkshire route; every time I use that road in either direction I'm aghast that people manage cycle up it, especially if they've already done about 100 miles..! Dusk was really setting in at this point and saw some bats darting around.What goes down must go up, and my recent high intensity workouts paid dividends in getting us up the final calf-busting climb, up two tiers and ascending over 100 metres, before the home straight using a public footpath through a cow field, arriving back in the village just before it got too dark.I think a beer was well-earned.
Quote from: zoony on June 02, 2020, 11:50:23 amI don't know if something has changed with the Strava app, but it used to keep a running total of how many walks, distance covered and time spent walking, and then start again at the start of each month. It seems to have stopped doing that though, so I don't know my totals for last month?
Quote from: döm on June 02, 2020, 14:55:07 pmUnfortunately - I believe that functionality has gone behind their pay wall as have segment records etc
Quote from: zoony on June 12, 2020, 19:23:35 pmMy mate Dean has been telling me a route that he used to jog when he was playing football, and that we would have to take the dogs on it one of the days. Well today was that day, and it turned out to be my longest yet at 6.63 miles with a 708 feet elevation gain. It took us 2hrs 8 minutes, so not exactly bombing it, but the weather was decent, and we had a good chat while taking in the lovely scenery, including the river Severn.
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