Running with a GPS
I must say, I’m having a lot of fun running these days, partly thanks to my iPod, and the other part, my GPS. I got a Garmin 405 last week… and the thing is amazing. I’ve been running most of my entire adult life – and never before have I been able to know exactly how far I’ve gone and how fast I’m going at any point during a run. It’s a lot like bringing the track to every run – it takes a lot of the guess work out of running. And then, when I get home, I get to upload it to the Garmin site and I can see exactly what I’ve done. Evidently, I’m not the only one who enjoys this – “Big Draw of a GPS Run“ (thanks, Fader, for the article!)
This is a GPS drawing map from my 12-mile run yesterday.
Click HERE to go to the Garmin Connect site to see all the data from the run.
Back Squat 1-1-1-1
– take as much time and sets as you need to warm up to your first 1RM attempt
– rest –
100 air squats for time