Great things are done when Men & Mountains meet,
This is not Done by Jostling in the Street.
TheKrikkitWars wrote:Do you have a regular route (or routes)? If so you can work out/measure the distance between landmarks on your route and use that information with a watch to calculate your rough speed... it's easy enough to not be distracting, and you can make it harder by increasing the precision of your input data as suits.
I originally started doing it whilst cycling so that I could get a feel for how a ride was going without having to stop get my phone out of my hydration pack to see the gps readout.
freakish777 wrote:Have your next audio book you listen to while running be "Learn Chinese" (or insert whatever language you've been itching to learn).
[sarcasm]May I also recommend pre-ordering some Google Glasses, so you can play Sudoku while running? Or perhaps play an AR game in which you are fleeing from Zombies?[/sarcasm]
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