I always assumed Ramen (to the restaurant) was just an assemble affair. Apart from cooking the noodles, it's just a case of pouring in the broth, adding the egg (already pre-boiled), meat and other bits and bobs.
Not taking away that Ramen is one of my favourite dishes, but I thought all the...
Don't read into that too much. I've been over 100W avg more than people finishing around the same place as me. I must ride very inefficiently, or just out on the front too much rather than in the group.
I thought from reading the premise, this was going to be a Depp Impact/Armageddon vibe film, how wrong I was!!
Laughable acting. Terrible CGI. A plot which was all over the place. Particularly loved bit where they 'just' launched the rocket with a handful of people.
No issue with the latter as we're perfectly entitled to be there :p
However, the amount of people I undertake on a motorway drive is getting ridiculous. At times I'm literally the only person in lane 1, and there's nothing in lane 1 for miles ahead.
Considering how inaccurate OHR reading can be, I would never get a Whoop or any tracker solely based on OHR. It could massively under read an activity and say I'm more rested than I actually am, or opposite.
I never do any activity without a proper chest HRM, but interested to hear how people...
What wearable do you use? (Brand/model)
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro
What do you use it for? (workouts, health monitoring, sleep tracking, nav when hiking, etc)
As a watch, so tracking everything pretty much. But also Ironman training, so swimming (open water and pool), running and cycling.
Cheers. Technically it's my first marathon at an official event. I've run a few in my own training.
The main thing I took away from that is that I need to run that, after cycling 112 miles and swimming 2.4 miles!! No way I'd run at that pace though, hoping for nearer 3:30 finish for that.
What's the deal with isolating at the moment?
I had my PCR back last Friday, still testing positive on the lateral flows.
I'm working from home at the moment, and generally keeping to myself (although my GF amazingly is still testing negative).
Is there a point where you're over it? Despite...
Anyone here doing the Brighton Marathon?
It's my first marathon 'event'. Have run a fair few personal marathon distances, but excited to run a 'proper' marathon.
Hoping for sub 3. 3:16 is my best time so far, but that was after a ride (ironman training), so never ran a marathon on its own.