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Hi everyone, just bought M1 and was starting my jogging plan.. so happy to join a group and get motivated.. i hope i can keep on going...cheer up !
hi everyone my name is Marc jerling i work for Ultimo the only omporters of Suunto for South Africa please dont hesitate to email me on firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any help or advice for any Suunto watches or products
hi ya'll just joined trying figure out the m5 for me and the m4 for the wife, seems ok but having trouble with the fit test on the m4 (wifee's) we'll keep trying .... good to join a group. Thanks
I have noticed that the heart rate zones recommended by M5 do not match with the ones here in movescount.com's body metrics section. The maximum HR and rest HR are both updated correctly from my M5 but the other zones don't seem to be right. For example today my M5 is telling me to train "hard" for 25minutes with HR between 160 and 170 but here in movescount the "hard" zone is defined 134-152 and then "very hard" is 153-171. Is this happening to otherrs too or am I misunderstanding something? :)
wouldn't it have something to do with your personal details, fitness level, and whether you chose 'free', 'fitness' or 'weight loss' at the initial setup?
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