Last week I hit 3000km for 2016 – Way longer than last year!
This year I’ve been running a lot more than I did last year. Last year I managed to conquer 1888km, and with almost two months left I might even almost double that number. So far I’ve passed 3000km which I’m very pleased about. I set a target some months back to hit 2016 miles (approx. 3244 km) in 2016. I’ll pass that target in a few weeks time. It will be tough to cover twice the distance of last year (3776) – it’s 666km from today – a nice “round” number
In previous years I’ve been running a lot less. I’ve been running for a long time on and off, but throughout the previous years I’ve kept at it to push further to test my abilities. One question arises from that:
How do I know where the limit is?
I honestly don’t know – and I think most people don’t know their limits when it comes to running – even at anything in life… And what does it take for me to say: “This is it – this far but no further!”? – Yet again, I cannot answer that…
For now, however, I definitely don’t feel like I’ve hit the wall just yet, so I’ll continue to explore my capabilities as a runner.
Regarding the Suunto Spartan Ultra, I’ve been so fortunate that I can keep the watch. I’ll continue to test it as new software updates are released. The last update was for supporting Android phones for the Movescount interface. I’ve now managed to upload my exercise data via the phone (a bit slow though), and can now receive notifications from various phone apps on the watch display using Bluetooth. This works fine, though I’d love to be able to deactivate the sound when a notification is received! I now use some gel for solving the HR issues. Works just fine, though it should not be necessary, but apparently it is for me!
I’ve got some updates I’d like to see in future updates for the Suunto Spartan Ultra:
- Display your daily steps/calories in Movescount
- Use different colours in Movescount: when more than two data-inputs are selected, all data curves are white, except the last one chosen, which makes it hard to distinguishes them!
- The possibility to set HR range-alarms, pace-alarms, etc.
- Sounds/vibrations on/off for notifications
- Include avg. paddle rate/stroke rate for kayaking in the Movescount overview.
I’ve included some photos from this autumn, which can be found at the very bottom of this post. Please view them in full-screen
Safe running out there
#YouVsTheYear #RunWithFight #IWILL #SuuntoSpartan
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