- Jul 13, 2012
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I know we have cyclists here so I will ask this question. Is there a reliable device that can measure my speed as I'm running? I see speedometers for bikes but not for runners. Bummers.
I use the “Map my run” app to pretty good results.I use a Garmin watch in the same way. You can also use Map My Ride or similar sports app to get the same data.
I think that place has been gone awhile maybe even pre pandemic. But yes small businesses are in serious trouble.Just had lunch with my son at Kramer Books in Dupont Circle. The street out back is closed and we were able to sit out in the sun for a great brunch. Tables distanced and such. I can feel the warm weather winding down and fall coming. Hope these places can stay in business.
Also noticed the gourmet olive oil shop in Court House next to Burger District is gone. Seems like little shops are winking out left and right.
I will check them out. And yeah. I feel they should be in stock any day now that craze about toilet paper and gym equipment is over
Good one in NYT a while back as well!Washington Post follows our discussions I guess
saw it today
Download an app like Strava or MapMyRun to your phone. It will work fine. If you run enough, consider getting a heart rate monitor. I've found mine very useful in measuring my efforts, especially when I ride metrics or when I go to the mountains.I know we have cyclists here so I will ask this question. Is there a reliable device that can measure my speed as I'm running? I see speedometers for bikes but not for runners. Bummers.