I use my Garmin GPS watch to track my distances and pace on my runs. This last weekend I went to the local state park with family and hung out playing frisbee and soccer. I thought it would be interesting to wear my GPS watch and see what came out of it. I covered 4 miles in about 3 hours and 15 minutes (I wasn’t particularly going for distance or speed). I thought the data was pretty interesting. It looks like an exploding flower with the center point in the field we were playing our games in.
On Bing Maps:
The raw data points:
Timeline (click image for larger):
The valleys are when I was going my fastest while the peaks are times I was most likely standing around. Making a b-line for the wandering nephew (he was going after somebody else’s overthrown frisbee) was when I reached my fastest speed.
The stats estimate I burned about 475 calories. It didn’t know that I was eating hotdogs and chips during some of that time.