well you could select the photo and email it to yourself. When you press Send it will give you the option of selecting what size to send it as and the smallest one will fit into the RW page. When you receive the email simply save the picture as normal and then select it
that's a work around for carp iphones so it should work on an ipad.
John I certainly had the body like the statue of a Greek god - - - - -
I wasn't always the shape I am now. In fact when I played rugby & football I was another, different shape as well!! In my marathon times I was definitely cut to the bare minimum for my height and build but my legs still carried the sprinter's muscles even if I didn't use them!! 80m/week saw off excess poundage.
Ceal Nope - I just got you on a bad day It was lovely last night particularly after a 3 hour car drive there and back earlier in the day. South Africa I think - lovely place outside of the cities Forgot to say that you can reduce your photo by using the Microsoft Picture Manager Select your picture then select "Edit Picture " from the top line A drop down menu will appear on the right hand side Select Compress picture Select Web pages and it will automatically reduce it. You can then use the menu bar on the RW to select the picture from your computer
Don't forget to save it as a reduced picture file afterwards as well as saving the original at full size!!
I have to go and transfer some of the 1,000s of tadpoles from the garden ponds to a safer place, less congested plac, assisted by Matilda & Luke
Ceal poor you - that sounds like a nasty does of summat. you are still running faster with a lower HR than me despite the gunge I now have a vision of you sitting by a guillotine sucking on a white salt pipe and singing La Marseillaise long journey for Stewart - but just think where you can go with all those air miles Quite right about plastic medals..............
Columba yes - over the last few weeks it has been 1 min walk, 4 min run with occasional experiments when I miss one walk interval out and run through . Weight loss is more to do with miles run than speed. The calories burned by running faster are relatively few for the pain endure!. eg for me 1 mile at 10:00 min would use about 160 calories ( 'cos I have to move a lot of weight!!) but at 7 m/m it would only rise to about 175 calories. It is more about mass+distance moved than speed.
Mick good to see your stats in detail again. your avHR is certainly up there for the speed but it does regress quite quickly although you have always had a higher HR band than say Ceal or me. That forest fire at Fort MacArthur sounds really bad - was your unseasonable winter to blame for it?
WD60 consistent m/m on those two runs - god going
away all day yesterday and got back just in time for a brisk 4 miles with the Hash around the steep hillsides of K'boro on a lovely sunny evening.
Easy 3 miles in 30 min this morning with 1:9 min walk/run experiment - avHR 126 max 146 over a hilly route