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Pedaliando en San Pedro Sula

Siempre me ha gustado practicar deporte. Trate con el fútbol, pero desistí al no tener un talento para este deporte. Practique atletismo por mas de 5 años, logre ganar varias competencias y medallas pero me retire. Hace 2 años atrás empecé andar en bicicleta. Inicie con una Bacini, después me de un accidente, lo deje por varios meses hasta cambiar de bicicleta. Intente hacerlo constante, pero cambios de horarios en el trabajo, el miedo de salir de noche u otras excusas que uno es bueno inventando para no practicar deporte. De lo que va del año he salido las siguientes veces.

Mes Pedaleadas
Enero 4
Febrero 1
Marzo 2
Abril 8
Mayo 1
Junio 1
Julio 0
Agosto 3
Septiembre 4
Octubre 5
Noviembre 1

Si se percatan es poco o nada lo que he salido este año.
Me propuse tratar de salir en las mañanas antes de ir a trabajar este mes de Diciembre.Si no es andar en bicicleta, es correr o tratar de hacer un poco de ejercicio.Lastimosamente el día de ayer 1 de Diciembre me dormí. Pero hoy si logre hacerlo. Fueron 11.23 kilometros los que logre hacer el dia de hoy. A una velocidad promedio de 16 km/h en 41 minutos 59 segundos. Si desean ver la ruta


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How I miss you Synaptic!

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