So last week I was in Clermont, Florida riding my bike. Instead of my super short commutes and running errands by bike, I was logging 50+ km a day in some pretty hilly territory.
I use my Garmin bike computer to track rides. It uploads rides to my phone where both Garmin Connect and Strava provide analysis. See above.
I’m also letting Google Fit track my activity. It counts steps and active minutes, sets goals, and provides commentary. See below.
What’s amusing is the different tones they take. Strava is all about bike training. In serious tones I’m told that my mileage has taken a substantial jump and I should be cautious about overtraining. That was even after our rest day!
GoogleFit is all positive thinking. “What workout! You deserve a break.” But that sounds like it would also be okay if I didn’t take one. It’s just cheering me on.
My own ‘rest day’ motivation was something else entirely. I wanted to enjoy all 5 days of riding. For me that means taking a break. I wasn’t really worried about overtraining. But I also didn’t take a break because I’d earned it. I’d rather ride more. If I were a stronger rider in January I’d rather ride all 5 days. But I’m not and so I didn’t and I’m okay with that.
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I was suggested this blog by my cousin. I’m no longer positive whether or not this post
is written through him as nobody else know such certain approximately my problem.
You’re amazing! Thank you!
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