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10/1/12 7:23 P

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Thanks John!

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Goals:
1. Reach 270lbs | Reach 250lbs | Reach 230lbs
Reach 199lbs | Reach 190lbs | Reach 180lbs | Reach 167lbs
2. Run a 5k in under 40 minutes again.
3. Run a 5k in under 35 minutes.
4. Run a 5k in under 30 minutes.
5. Run a 10k again.
6. Run a 10k in under 1 hour.
7. Bench half my body weight.
8. Bench all my body weight.
9. Squat half my body weight.
10. Squat all my body weight.


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10/1/12 1:15 P

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Here's a site that has it already mapped from Oregon to Virgina.

exercise.lbl.gov/index.html;jsession
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9/30/12 9:18 P

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I use www.mapmyfitness.com

It covers map my walk, map my bike, map my run. They have smartphone apps. for RL that uses GPS. Setting up an acct with one, gives you all.

You can google to find other options.



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HALINHALF's Photo HALINHALF SparkPoints: (9,181)
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9/18/12 1:31 A

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I am thinking about a visual graph where I am running the distance of the SC Atlantic Coast to the California Pacific coast. I would love to see how long it would hypothetically take to get there and back as a runner.

I know this is a very broad question, but does anyone have any ideas how to make this graph? Would there be a site I can calculate my distances and know where I'd technically be at in the US at a particular time? Would Google maps be the easier option?

Hal.
285lbs
Goals:
1. Reach 270lbs | Reach 250lbs | Reach 230lbs
Reach 199lbs | Reach 190lbs | Reach 180lbs | Reach 167lbs
2. Run a 5k in under 40 minutes again.
3. Run a 5k in under 35 minutes.
4. Run a 5k in under 30 minutes.
5. Run a 10k again.
6. Run a 10k in under 1 hour.
7. Bench half my body weight.
8. Bench all my body weight.
9. Squat half my body weight.
10. Squat all my body weight.


 Pounds lost: 49.0 
 
0
41.75
83.5
125.25
167
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