Endomondo Error?

I’m a big fan of Endomondo. I use it to track all my exercise: it makes it much easier to keep track of how I’m doing and it makes it much harder for me to slack off when I feel like slacking off. And I’m happy enough with the way things are going pace-wise right now, or at least I was until I saw this posted to Facebook:

Yes, it would appear that this Endomondo-using friend of mine has gone the extra mile (or the extra 271.95km) when it comes to training. And she’s done that with weights as well.
To be honest, if I were her, I’d be totally knackered rather disappointed to have only used up 558 calories after almost a hour’s hard work getting to St Helena Bay and back.

Unless of course she did it by helicopter, which, given the average speed of 308.2kph, seems entirely likely.

I’m off to work on my running again. I have some catching up to do.
And I don’t have a helicopter.

  • Paul

    Not unlike wearing a heartrate monitor and GPS watch during sex http://imgur.com/gallery/W3Awc

  • Paul > Hahaha! There’s something very descriptive about that crazy red route…

  • Stan

    The elevation seems a bit bizarre, even if chandaliers are involved.
    Doing a marathon in a month’s time, sick to death of running.

  • Stan > You’re obviously doing it wrong.
    And 26 miles is quicker in a car. Just saying.

  • Stan

    They won’t let me drive my car for a lap around the MCG.

  • Stan > Since when was a lap of the MCG 26 miles? Hell of a boundary rope.