50ks, 50m, 100ks, or 100m - a group for those who love the pain.
Aerobics, Alpine skiing, Badminton… (+35 more)
Anyone have a race coming up? Don't forget to use ultrasignup.com to find one near you!!!
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ok tell me the truth, in the lowest GPS setting, how many hours will get from the Ambit 2? Suunto states 50. In the max GPS setting i did not get 16hr. i got about 10hr. thx
Hmm I did get near 15h on mine, 10h seems very low. I ran a 100 mile race in 28h and had close to 50% of my battery left on the 60s recording. I also used a footpod to get accurate pace data or near accurate.
I had mine on the most sensitive w/ HR monitor and ran a 100k (under 12 hours) and never had an issue...plenty of battery life left when finished.
Regarding how much the battery lasts on Suunto 2, I observed that having the navigation on or off, drains the battery quite a lot. If you add additional apps, it drains it even further. Mine, in 1s Gps intervals, and a route on, and vo2% app, and a timer for beeps for drink and gu, lasts around 9 hours vs 15.
Otherwise it lasts close to 15h, with just runnig on without extra stuff. I bet if you delete some of the screens it will get even closer to 15h.
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Does anyone here have experience with periostitis? After 2 months without running , I still have pain in one leg but the doctor has no idea why...no fatigue cracks , no inflammation... I have used the spanish therapy EPI (ELECTROLISIS PERCUTÁNEA INTRATISULAR) ....very painful....
Thanks for any hints!
New to this group. Some (many?) may think this is not a good fit. If badminton works, I suppose snowshoe, ropes and accessories will also work. Ultra-marathon of 90 and more days/ 462 miles on Montana's portion of the Continental Divide beginning February 1. Since it has never been done, I suppose that will fit in marathon/pain/suffering/doubts, and a host of other identifiable terms you in this group have a familiarity to.
Wow, in winter? Sounds intense!
hello, i am new to the ultrarunning community, but would love to be a part of it. I just love the idea of very long distance endurance events. That being said, can anyone give me a beginner plan or atleast help me work something out with one? I would greatly appreciate it. thank you.
Best thing to do is to find a trail running group in your area. That is how I started and learned how to run long distance events.
All I would advise is to get out there and run forget technique etc just take it easy and build up time on legs possibly start with up to 2 -3 hours of good hilly trails, walking if you want you will soon see an improvement. Remember to eat and drink on the way, use the hills for this as you are moving slower. For me the most important thing is time on your legs/feet in the first instance!
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