In 3 days, I’m going to start to be a total jogging addict, I think
I’ve been beta testing it and I can confirm it’s actually the greatest app ever. Full iOS release date is as specified, Android release this Spring.
It’s so intense, at one point during the first mission when radio contact was lost, I could hear them trying to contact me “Can you hear us?!” and I literally grabbed the mic and shouted, “I CAN HEAR YOU WHAT DO I DO?” even though that’s not how it works.
I’m just glad nobody was near me.
Alright yall sit your asses down I’m telling you a story
I have this app and it is one of my best purchases I’ve ever had. It endorses your running and makes you work.
The only downside is that it is fucking terrifying. One time, I was running, and got surrounded by zombies. Groaning and shuffling from all angles. And I have never ran that fast in my entire life. I completed my course(which usually takes 15 mins) in 5. I was also screaming a bit. I got some really weird looks, too.
So, morale of the story: This is a fucking scary app and I recommend it 100%.
This is just about my favorite thing. I told a friend I was going to be busy on a certain day because I will be watching an ultra. They got confused and said that I should ditch (like it was an obligation).
Edwin Moses. Probably one of the best hurdles ever, but I bet not many of you know him. He was a 400m hurdler…THE 400m hurdler. A self-trained Olympian, Edwin Moses made running his science. He figured that the perfect stride for the distance would be 13 steps between hurdles and if he did that, he was going to be hard to beat. And hard to beat he was. Starting in the summer of 1977 he began a winning streak. A winning streak that last for 9 years, 9 months, and 9 days. 122 straight races including two Olympic Gold medals. He would take the races by storm and be already far enough in the pack by the second turn where the only way he could lose at that point was if he fell. Nothing to mess with, Edwin Moses, the 400m hurdler and one of the most incredible athletes in track and field history.