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800 dude
RE: Any one else wish they never joined Strava?
I can honestly say that I've never felt the slightest bit of pressure from Strava. The only runs that really matter are races, and those results are published for all the world to see anyway. Follow some pros and you'll see plenty of easy jogging, "I feel awful today" titles for runs, aborted interval workouts, etc.

I think it's much worse for cyclists, because so many cyclists (including before Strava was around) don't really race, so their training rides are actually their competition.
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