Yea I always try to use my app whenever I am doing any sort of running. So I am constantly logging in runs.
Bulking is a lot more fun than dieting lol. But especially when people are just dieting to look good, where as now i am looking to be actual strength muscular. I find doing 10kg pullups is more impressive than benching 100kg
Alright, I'm working on getting my calibration down.
Ran a mile today on a marked track and it logged me at 0.74 in about 6:30. I calibrated it to a mile (only to find out that it never stopped and logged over a minute of extra time) so it gave me credit for 1 mile in 7:58.
I knew it was shortchanging me big time, but I never would have guessed it was cheating me out of 1/4 mile. Ridiculous.
From that point I did quarter mile splits. Two at a relaxed pace (1:47 and 1:55) and two at about 95% (1:33 and 1:32).
I'm going to do this again on Wednesday and Friday to give it a good average to calibrate on sandwiched in between 2+milers on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until I start going to the hills and distance again full time next week.
Would you suggest I stick with the diet powder with lots of running to get rid of my fat before moving on to the muscle gain powder?
Cheeeers for any help lids.
I made a post a while back
that pretty much detailed my experience with a severe cut followed by a clean bulk. I never looked, felt, or performed better through all-around fitness than I did at the end of that.