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- Wed, 17 May 2017 02:11:09 EST 4t41I7Gp No.94160
File: 1495001469555.jpg -(3278479B / 3.13MB, 3443x1592) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Competitive Phone Apps
Any of you like to use phone apps like Strava to measure your times? I try to work out every other day and on my day off I like to go for a 20-30 mile bike ride. It's fun to compare your times with other people. My personal best record is 1st place on one segment, but only for my weight class (200+ pounds). It's actually 24th overall on that segment, but I smoke and drink too much and am too high to really push myself when going up hills.
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Alice Novingshit - Thu, 18 May 2017 14:07:11 EST BVkmL1x+ No.94163 Reply
I use it. It's a neat tracking app and it's real motivating to see you beat your old times, but then you look at your standings compared to everyone else and all that motivation flies out the window. Then again, nothing beat the feeling when you see yourself clawing up the global leaderboards!

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