LowRider

in #exhaustlast year (edited)

I just finished a 24.128km cycling workout that lasted about 1hh:2mm:59ss !

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This ride felt so much better than any other I've had to date on the trainer.

Raised the seat up JUUUUUUST a touch (and straightened it out -- was a bit twisted last ride) -- and it worked, I think. I should probably measure the saddle height so I can keep track of this stuff.

Might need to raise higher as I get used to it, as I don't think I'm quite getting full extension on my legs (hamstrings were cramping up around the 40~45minute point), but better than how much it was hurting before. Leagues better.

Ride felt great -- probably because I didn't get really really stoned before hand. Here I was, thinking that it "got me into the zone" and "helped me focus", but I think all it actually did was make me take forever to get the trainer set up, and raise my average HR.

Was probably 10~15BPM lower than average today. Felt really good.

NOW it's time for a victory puff, and a walk with my favorite pups and gal.

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Note to self:

  • Fix apparent issue w/ tags when posting via SteemConnect;
  • Set up first tag to be EXHAUST-hive/community;
  • Remember all the cool stuff you want to do on the project.
  • Find time to do it all.

This is why gitlab has an issue tracker.

Solid effort dude. I dig that fan!

Yeah it's nice and small.. Wish it had a bit more oomph...

I really want to find one I can operate with simple websockets so it'll increase/decrease power based on my speed.

You have uploaded 47 cycling activities, and 2 of them have been of similar distances (within 10 percent)!
Here are your 5-fastest cycling activities of a similar distance:

Over these 2 similar activities, you have travelled approximately 47.28 kms at an average pace of roughly 2:33 min/km!
Your latest run was at a pace of approximately 2.61min/km!
Looks like you went a bit slower this time! Remember that it's important to take some rest days, and do some rehab / prehab / strength and conditioning training too! If you weren't intending to go slower, take a moment to listen to your body, and see if you need something. Check in with yourself!