Another run

I went on another run today following the same course I did 2 weeks ago, but 2 miles longer. The course, around a bay and along the ocean is a decent run as there is only 1 stoplight which lets me keep running (I encounter it both ways) and pretty much I can go whatever distance I want without looping back until I’m done half way. Today took me within a block of my parents’ place, but I didn’t stop in as I wanted to keep running. Maybe next time I’ll have to use their place as a refueling stop. The Forerunner again told me all I needed to know and kept me going at the pace I’m targeting (right now about a 9 minute mile). I actually beat my pace the last time I did this run which shows that I’m improving. Now I hope that I can make the distance.

8 Replies to “Another run”

  1. Hi,

    How often should I charge this unit? Is there any indication which would let me know when I need to put it on charge?

    Many thanks

  2. Personally, I charge my unit all the time when I’m not using it. It has a lithium ion battery which doesn’t keep a memory as far as I know. It is just convenient to let it charge.

  3. I bought my wife the garmin 301 for her walks as she does not use it alot. I bought the Garmin 305 and run a lot now training for an Ultra 50 miler. I was able to upload the Forerunner log book for my wife but cannot get it loaded…or figure where to start with my 305. Any hints? Can this be done? I am not savy at this at all.
    Thanks
    Rick

  4. The 305 comes with the Garmin Training Center software (on the Mac it is a complete joke). You should be able to read the manual and get started uploading data. Have you contacted Garmin? They should be able to help you pretty quickly as getting started is quite easy.

  5. Hi Scott!
    Just have my 305 weeks ago. I already read the Owner’s Manual but I can’t see any instructions on how to lap recall. I want to see again my lap time after my run. Is there a lap recall of 305, how?

    Thank you,
    Bong

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