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Rob logged 2640 miles.

Last workout over 3 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    4.49 mi 00:42 09:26 pace

    Nice cool, early morning run... which I have been trying to sync for 45 minutes. Garmin and Safari hate runners.

  2. RUN
    good 3.12 mi 00:29 09:08 pace

    It was hot this morning. But it was a nice "recovery" run with Maile.

  3. RUN
    alright 5.42 mi 00:50 09:16 pace

    Slogged around some fields in the country with Maile. Having fits trying to upload runs from my Forerunner 205 on Mac OS X 10.7, and I'm not Lion. (har)

    • Daniel T.
      Daniel T.

      I stuck with snow leopard. Nice run. Better joke. You guys should hook up with matt and I for a run around Hanford. Promote fitness and what not.

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Matthew
      Matthew

      i concur!

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Rob B.
      Rob B.

      You guys would leave me in your dust... but I would be willing to go for a run sometime. Sounds like fun.

      over 3 years ago Like

  4. RUN
    good 3.31 mi 00:30 09:06 pace

    It was nice and cool out there this morning.

  5. RUN
    good 3.06 mi 00:28 09:03 pace

    Ran with my oldest son. Started out with the whole family. Fun day.

  6. RUN
    good 5.06 mi 00:50 09:52 pace

    Nice OFS run with Maile.

  7. RUN
    good 4.02 mi 00:41 10:11 pace

    Actually it was closer to 5.2, but operator error prevented accuracy and continuity. Oops.

  8. RUN
    3.07 mi 00:28 09:02 pace

    swell

  9. RUN
    3.8 mi 00:35 09:17 pace

    terrific

  10. RUN
    3.06 mi 00:30 09:41 pace

    peachy

  11. RUN
    4.7 mi 00:45 09:37 pace

    don't remember

  12. RUN
    3.83 mi 00:36 09:26 pace

    don't remember

  13. RUN
    3.02 mi 00:27 08:48 pace

    don't remember

  14. RUN
    3.05 mi 00:29 09:31 pace

    don't remember

  15. RUN
    6.25 mi 01:06 10:36 pace

    don't remember

  16. RUN
    alright Typical 5 5 mi

    My Garmin died less than a mile into the run. I should have charged the batteries. Note to self...

  17. Does anyone have any secret tricks and / or magic voodo spells that allow one to use Safari 5.0.3 to work on a consistent basis with the Garmin plugin? Each time I try to sync an activity from my F... read more

    • Richard
      Richard

      That's weird that it gives you trouble. I have the older non-gps garmin watch that uploads wirelessly by using a usb dongle thing-a-ma-jig and the edge 305 cycling gps which has a usb cable. They always uploads flawlessly to Garmin Training Center and Ascent which are standalone software packages and then to garmin connect website and daily mile as well, using safari. i'm still safari 5.0.2 though.

      almost 4 years ago Like

    • Rob B.
      Rob B.

      I go straight into Safari w/ the Garmin using the browser plugin. I can use Chrome on Windows 7, but there is no Chrome plugin for OSX. Does Safari pull the data from the device or from one of the standalone software programs?

      almost 4 years ago Like

    • Richard
      Richard

      I assume directly from the watch or gps, but I'm not sure. I'll try it and see.

      almost 4 years ago Like

    • Richard
      Richard

      Ok, I finally used the Garmin again and here's a follow up. I actually can't tell if dailymile pulls directly from the watch or from the garmin connect website because as soon as I launch the little utility that manages the usb fob that communicates to my watch, it automatically logs the event up to the garmin connect website. Whatever it does, it seems to work for me. I hope it stops giving you problems.

      over 3 years ago Like

  18. RUN
    Fat 'n' Lazy Five 5.24 mi 00:49 09:17 pace

    It went well. But Garmin and Dailymile and Safari refuse to play nicely together. They refuse. #refuseniks

  19. RUN
    5.24 mi 00:49 09:17 pace

    don't remember