I've decided to run my first half marathon in June. At present I have no suitable running shoes to run outside. That's why I started to run the entire New York and London routes 3 to 4 times in succession with a moderate speed of 12 to 14 km/h (7.46 to 8.7 miles/h).
I've already learned that the speed- and high-knees-tests are basically the same and that there seems to be a limitation of the maximum running speed of 20 km/h (12.43 miles/h). But today I've noticed that there seems to be a limitation of the high-knees detection, too. If a particular, fairly high frequency is exceeded, the detection misses single knee lifts and I eventually get no points for it.
For the evaluation of my progress, the point and timing results are much more important to me than the calorie count.
Can someone confirm my observation?