Chas has a question: “How much time should I spend coming up with a clever title for my Strava activity?”
Well, how important are kudos to you? Personally I’d rate kudos as more important than just about anything except beer. So the amount of time coming up with a title for your activity is ideally a balance between how tired you are after your next workout and when you are getting your next beer. Of course you could probably kill two birds with one stone and think of a clever title for your activity while consuming a beer. But only one. Any more beers than that and you’ll probably forget all about your Strava activity. [opens another beer] What was I talking about?
Also, you can follow me on Strava by clicking here!
Chad asks “Brolympus, I’ve recently joined Strava and there is something called “kudos”. What is a kudos?”
Haha, typical newbie error there, Chad. “Kudos” is actually the plural form of “Kudotu.” You get a Kudotu when you had a really good run, where good means you either puked multiple times or suffered a fall that drew blood. Who gives Kudos? All the other runners on Strava who are following you. The trick is to get them to “follow” you. I would suggest wearing extremely revealing clothing during your runs.
This is why you should only lend your Garmin to people who are faster than you.