Once A Coach wrote:
[quote]Wouldn't it be ironic... wrote:
What if Millet realeases all 24/7 of live-steaming and it turns out she did only sleep 3 hours/night and do some fast 10ks on day 5, and did in fact set a world record, and Guiness decides SW's computer algorithm is good enough for them, and they certify the record?
As my Gran used to say "If we had eggs, we could have bacon and eggs, if we had bacon"[/quote]
Guys, a few things we can agree on:
1. Amy can be very cute in photographs
2. She's not that smart.
3. She was in the treadmill for a long time.
4. She likely traveled between 400-495 miles.
5. The treadmill would reset after a certain distance.
6. Her BF kept track of the numbers.
I've been following this thread from the beginning. After reading Watchero's analysis here is my theory: Amy really thinks she did it.
Her BF knew she was behind, fibbed on some numbers and three some confetti on her at the end. It was a lie he got caught on and now can't go back on.
Yes they are the equivalent of the medicine man of old, getting gullible people to pay them for things of no value, but my belief is her BF told her (lied to her) that she got it.
The question is now: does she still believe him? Has he privately told her he "accidentally" slipped up on the math? Is there trouble in paradise?[/quote]
It was stated that the treadmill would reset after a certain distance. That may be true, but doesn't it have a cumulative odometer? My treadmill resets the dashboard everytime you turn it off or remove the safety pin, but it always retains the cumulative miles. You can see the cumulative miles by holding down certain buttons.
Assuming Amy's treadmill had that feature, one could easily document how far the belt went. However, it would not tell you how far it went when Amy was standing on the side rails, or not even on the machine, or holding onto the hand rails. Just because the treadmill logged 521 miles doesn't mean that Amy did.