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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Lol.

    Not that I know of.


    Digging deeper and Strava seems the best.

    Changed to Km and lists the 'active time', so when stopping every 2km to do upperbody stuff it doesn't track that time. And easy to use history stats.



    That'll do.


    Cheers chaps.
    What so you were expecting something that tracks your activity via gps to know when your activity is....lifting weights.



    Go lift a 5 kilo potato bag, paddy, and keep up the reps until you can lift it with a potato in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    What so you were expecting something that tracks your activity via gps to know when your activity is....lifting weights.
    When I'm not moving.

    And yup. It does.

    Active time (0:51 minutes) versus total time (1:03)


    Cheers Simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    My mistake with Strava. It's set to miles instead of Km.
    You've also currently got it on cycling mode

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    cycling mode



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    Why would you want the data from a poofs jaywalk in high heels ?



























    Just bought some powdered crystal meth for tomorrows k triathlon

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    That's a shoe not a fookin' bicycle.




    Yours,

    Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Do you have some kind of privacy setting that stops you being tracked
    I installed from Secuso - https://www.secuso.informatik.tu-dar....de/en/secuso/

    the pedometer app seems to count steps ok , but not using GPS or altimeter , so the distance and the amount of height changes are not so accurate - though I think I can calibrate it when I have a flat area to walk

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    ^ is that you Domenic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Out of interest... that 136 high.,,,,,, did it involve 3 grammes of ya ice, 2 sidegra , 32 award winners and ya dong chasers, a ploughed hillside in Samui, 6 farmyard animals and a betlenut driven menage a trois with Granny and Stoker, or was that another weekend?
    Bolli, you are soooo 2012. This was but a trice with some crack addled whoopsie operating out of a shed in Deptford. Only cost me twenty pence. Good eh. The COOP in-house Gin and vape liquid were a little dearer, mind - but you can't put a price on a good evening out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Think I'd be more interested in wearing that when Lulu'ing.



    Heart rate: 190bpm.
    Distance. 13 inches.
    Time: 5.7 seconds.

    Is that distance in and out in 6 times in 6 seconds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    that's probably only about 75% of his maximum heart rate.
    I'm struggling to get much over 170-175 at threshold/maximum these days.

    I had to have a holter monitor (portable ECG piece of apparatus) fitted a few months back as they found an abnormality in my heart rhythm. They thought it was something called a prolonged QT interval which can be related to long QT syndrome which can lead to sudden death. So that was a fun six months waiting for the NHS to get their shit together for the results - which turned out to be normal. But the cardiologist did comment on the efficiency of my heart, due to doing lots of running and cycling.

    So sack the walking off Lulu, and do some proper exercise.

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    If you cant beat em, ,cheat em Lu.

    Get yourself juiced up like Ant or Somtam Armsrong.

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    I walk from my bedroom door to the car which is about 100 metres at least 12 times a day.

    Then 30 metres from my car to the bar stool at least 4 times a day,

    Not forgetting 30 metres from my car to the 7eleven beer fridge 2 times every day.

    Then 5 metres at least 10 times a day from my sitting position to the bathroom.

    So around 1.5 Km's every day. Do I need a machine?

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    ^there'll be no room.......youre gonna need 200,000 baht in your pockets soon


    https://news.lovepattayathailand.com...s-to-increase/

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    A shepherd's pie contract in each should cover it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    youre gonna need 200,000 baht in your pockets soon
    Don't drink and drive Dill.

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    Those apps are pretty crap.

    Did a 6km route today and MMW logged5.8km, and Strava logged 6.7km. Looking at the route it logged, it first had me shooting off into a lake for a swim, then a 700 meter detour into some scrub land on one of the laps.

    MMW happened to log the same exercise log 3 times on Tuesday, so has that day at 15km instead of the incorrect 5km.


    Anyone using one of these?

    https://www.lazada.co.th/products/fe...J5LFn&search=1



    Which connects to a H-Plus Watch App on yer phone.


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    ^ Even Chitty has his own pool















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    the Mi 3 band should be available soon - just released

    https://www.gsmarena.com/xiaomi_mi_b...news-31393.php

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    ^ June 5th.
    It does tell you in that link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Even Chitty has his own pool














    Could have done with a dip in that today you slag!

    Fooking 30oC and cutting the hedges, only got water blisters everywhere

    I lost my watch on holiday or some Welsh/Scouse twat knicked it, so i'm in the market for a new fitness watch asap..

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    Nicked this from the Breakfast thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Dill buddy, you can buy all the gadgets and gizmos you want. The bottom line is you have to put the work in. Now I really shouldnt talk as this is the first time I am gonna put two good weeks together in my life. But getting ready to go walk another hour and about 7,000 more steps.

    I lost my fitbit charger in the states and just got a new one off a Lazada about 10 or 11 days ago..

    You just have to DO IT!!




    This fitbit thingamajig.


    Does it also show you maps etc of your routes?


    What if yer not counting steps, but say, cycling everyday. How would it measure/show that data so you see it with your daily info (that data is just showing steps)?

    Cheers.

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    Mine shows heart rate, distance in Km's, steps, sleep, and more if you set it up.. You can customize the thing to do much more than I need. Clicking on the different choices gives you more and more detail. It does not map out where you ran or biked though... I think it can be set up to count milage on a bike as well.





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    Perfect. Cheers bud.

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