aboard BMA. Some have been here, seemingly, forever and others, like myself, for just a mere blink of the eye. But I have found it to be a great encouragement to do something when you might otherwise choose not to and you can always take heart that even the most seemingly proficient athletes like Tooms and tRicky have their moments like the rest of us.
I look forward to watching your progress and learning from your insights.
You can start by adding Sundays time
You don't need to actually train to use AP - It's more like Facebook for orienteers. I haven't really trained since Easter, and I'm still addicted enough to be on here every day (whether that is a good or bad thing is up to you)
Seriuosly though, MrRogaine is right - if you want some extra motivation / accountability for your training, or just to keep track of what you've done to help pick patterns in orienteering errors etc it's a great site to use.
Where has Brian gone? Must be the shortest lived log ever.