Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Century Graphs

Nothing like a little "chartage" to start off the day:










14 comments:

Bullet said...

A century is a century. Chin up Big Un. Nice Ride.

excel man said...

Suffer-fest? It was fun!

I forgot to ask - why were you worried about what I would do?

I was worried about what you would do! You are Mr. "It's all about the bike" with over-muscled thighs bigger than my waist!

Cool graphs. Maybe I'll get a heart rate monitor one of these days. I never have been an early adopter of technology.

JohnnyTri said...

it all counts as a Deposit to the Band of CdA..

rockon`

SWTrigal said...

Nice graphs on the century! I feel century pressure now for IMCDA...
:)

Bolder said...

Mmmmmm, charts!

i need to get my century on soon!!

and, make some charts!!!

Taconite Boy said...

Nice ride...but wow are charts boring

IronTriTim said...

Is that 4 occasions you stopped... 0mph, can you get negative mph? slacker, theres no stopping in IM. :-)

Nice job.

Endurance Nation said...

Nice work...what did you eat over the whole ride? Those long rides kill me cuz I don't want to stick to 'good' IM nutrition. I just want snickers and red bull. :)

Fe-lady said...

Looks like a heart attack in the making...but then what do I know about graphs? NOTHING!

greyhound said...

Are you a cardiac patient or something?

No spreadsheet ever devised by the mind of man can contain the spirit necessary to cross the Ironman finish line.

davegibb said...

I was really entralled by seeing the charts in order for me to zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

blink140pnt6 said...

I can't make heads or tales of this post.

No words.

No funny pictures.

Just lines going up and down.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

TRI-ROB said...

That hurt my look balls.

Bill said...

Looks like a great time! ;)

One function that I love in Sport Tracks (that seems to be broken in this latest release) is the "Overlay of one activity". Perfect for situations like this.

I know it's a strong run when there's no decoupling of HR and speed (HR rises, speed drops).

Bring on the graphs!