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Beowulf

Male, 40 years, Whitegate, Ireland
Indoor rowing

New season has started - aiming sub6 2k on the indoor rowing machine concept2 Onwards and Upwards!!
http://concept2.co.uk/birc/

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  • ceci44

    16.5.2014 @ Beowulf

    Hello, I admirer your profile, i am cecile please contact me direct in my private email ok (cecil4420@yahoo.com) yours Cecile.

  • pippyd

    15.7.2012 @ Move 26.5.2012

    Dear god! Out looking for intro concept2 training programs (weight loss/fitness improvement) for beginners, stumbled across your profile. Saw this move.. Thought it was the summary of activity for the week/month at first! :D

  • BetterNextYear

    8.6.2012 @ Move 7.6.2012

    What's next in your competition. Is everything going well for you?

  • mgcsoptom

    29.5.2012 @ Move 26.5.2012

    Monster! Double marathon.

  • BetterNextYear

    22.5.2012 @ Move 21.5.2012

    Looks like you're rocking. Where are you i your competition cycle? I hope it is going well for you.

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  • Greatest Moves

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    6by56min 4min rest

    26.5.2012

    Indoor rowing 6:15'40.8 Average heart rate 134 bpm, 84.00 km.
    6by56min 4min rest @22 HR Cap 140 Drag 145 2:02.3 Ave for actual rowing time

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    20by500m @20 1r

    21.5.2012

    Indoor rowing 1:46'15.5 Average heart rate 144 bpm, 18.00 km.
    5k Fletcher Warm up 20by500m 1min rest @20 3k Cool down

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    2by5k @24 HR Cap176

    3.3.2012

    Indoor rowing 1:20'59.8 Average heart rate 137 bpm, 15.00 km.
    Two 5k @24SPM 8min rest No.1 16:59.5 @1:41.9 No.2 17:29.9 @1:44.9 Drag 145 HR Cap 176 (90%Max) 3k Warm up 2k Cool Down

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    Kamikaze Lactic Bath

    9.2.2012

    Indoor rowing 2:00'20.5 Average heart rate 131 bpm, 19.00 km.
    6by2min 8min rest kamikaze lactic bath ‎1) 707m 01:24.9 2) 666m 01:30.1 3) 641m 01:33.6 4) 634m 01:34.6 5) 626m 01:35.8 6) 635m 01:34.5 5k warm up "active rest m's"

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    4by1k ave 1:34.0

    7.2.2012

    Indoor rowing 1:17'21 Average heart rate 134 bpm, 11.00 km.
    4by1k 3:30r Ave 1:34.0 Drag 145 @33 5k Warm up 2k Cool down

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    5k experiment

    17.12.2011

    Indoor rowing 1:03'29.1 Average heart rate 138 bpm, 12.00 km.
    5k Experiment @30 drag 155 5k Warm up 2k Cool down

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    30k @18

    10.12.2011

    Indoor rowing 2:07'20.8 Average heart rate 133 bpm, 30.00 km.
    30k@18 Drag 140 HR Cap 141

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    Irish Gold Medal - Indoor Rowing 30-39H

    13.11.2011

    Indoor rowing 0:54'38.8 Average heart rate 147 bpm, 7.01 km.
    5k Fletcher warm up 2k Race - 6:11.8 - Gold Medal

    Gold Medal

    14.11.2011
    Photo by Beowulf91

    Mens 30-39H

    14.11.2011
    Photo by Beowulf91
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    2x(6x1:00[1:00])[5:00]

    22.10.2011

    Indoor rowing 1:21'45 Average heart rate 136 bpm, 11.01 km.
    5k warm up 1min on 1min off by 6 - 5min rest and go again - set ave 1:29.2 2k cool down

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    Challenge Series 1 mile

    8.10.2011

    Indoor rowing 1:29'17 Average heart rate 133 bpm, 14.01 km.
    5k fletcher warm up Challenge Series 1 Mile 30min cool down

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