I just rode my recumbent bike two miles in fifteen minutes. Is it correct to calculate MPH by dividing time by distance, in this case 15/2=7.5? Could I have gone 7.5 MPH? If I'm doing this right, I am very happy, as I burned a good number of calories.
After eating a slice of pizza and a piece of Italian sausage with fried onions and green pepper (along with lots of salad) yesterday, my scale's smile turned into a bit of a frown this morning. I've had an especially good exercise day.
I hope someone will tell me whether I'm doing this right.
Edited by: POETICA7 at: 2/16/2013 (18:35)
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