Today I ran with Vivi (up until the last two miles), and then she headed home at a pace faster than what I could match, but I took the long way. Distance > Speed? Ehhh, maybe.
- Distance: 8.74 mi
- Duration: 1:22:34
- Average Speed: 6.35 mph
- Average Pace: 9:27 min/mi
- Activity Link: http://runkeeper.com/user/jronaldlee/activity/271452444
On a side note, this is likely one of the last auto-posts you’ll see from RunKeeper. I have to say I’m disappointed in the app. RunKeeper has a full set of features, and there’s no reason it shouldn’t be the best on the market, but I want to be able to control when I’m posting a workout to Facebook and when I’m not. RunKeeper fails here. Miserably.
I’ve opened up trouble tickets. I’ve pinged their support account via email and Twitter. They’re always super friendly as they talk about how a fix is “in the works,” but I’m terribly unimpressed. This is a Boolean operation. 1 = post, 0 = don’t post. Simple, right?
It should be.
Right now, RunKeeper is set to NOT post to Facebook, but every workout shows up there anyways. That means if I don’t want to spam my Facebook friends with every workout, I have to jump on to Facebook right after I run to remove the post. As such, I’m planning on switching to the Garmin ecosystem, and asking RunKeeper for a refund.