For all the runners who just love to run where there is no path... In the mountains, in the desert, in the woods.
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Hi guys, just joined movescount having just got my new Ambit3 Run. Just started trail and ultra running so hopefully this site will become quite usefull. Cheers
I have enjoyed the trail running in Minoo Metropolitan Koka lived in Osaka, Japan .
I am enjoying to the voluntary planning kneading the plan .
Plans to the running of about 100km to longitudinal a large lake , " Lake Biwa " best in Japan after two weeks .
Also please keep looking forward to the post so do my best to be a good report .
I wonder if anyone can help me.
Is there a way to track my last 10k pace (example) along a course?
I made am app to estimate my time along a certain distance based on my average pace but was wanting to improve it a little by introducing my last 10k pace or something.
The only way I can think of it is by using 10k AutoLap.
Anyone as any other sugestion?
Have you tried the pace wheel app?
In the app store or www.pacewheel.com
Wondering if anyone uses a specific "Trail Run" move, as opposed to one that is just an overall "Run"...and if so...what do you find most useful or resourceful on the displays? I have had my Ambit2 for almost a year now and don't know why it hasn't dawned on my to specify "trail run" until now.
I like to track my trail milage separate from my road miles. The average pace is slower on trails. My trail runs also tend to have more vertical change, so I display elapsed time, miles, and total ascent (feet) and total descent (feet). If I do an out & back run, or a loop, I know that my final feet ascent must equal my final feet of descent. If I am more than 1/2 way through the run and I have done more ascent than descent, I know I can push harder on the way back home.
I have different screens set up for running and trail running. My defaults for running are pace, distance, time, HR. For trail running it is total ascent, current altitude, distance and time. Plus I use auto lap for both, but for different reasons. Consistency for running, understanding how much time I'm dropping on the huge hills for trail running.
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