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Wish it was me!
Really fast for walking with heavy hands! I'll try heavy hands (3 pounds) today. Not sure whether I will travel with weights to fly to visit grandchildren next week.
Clint: nice move. The Swartz book arrived yesterday with lots of ideas on how to pump up heart rate with heavy hands. Hope that I can get up into the 130s heart rate walking.
Looks like running not walking. calm down You are in great shape keep going on
Happy new year. Where are you?Is everythink ok?
Walking 1:17'50 Average heart rate 153 bpm, 9.13 km.Never listen to the weather man, you'll miss your BEST moves. Took Kirk Rd trail to Pidgeon Hill, up and down Pidgeon hill to Burnt Hickory and out to the East trail cut-off and back to Burnt Hickory to pick-up Kirk Rd. Took a nasty fall tripping over Sally Lee on Pidgeon Hill, rubbed a little dirt on it and kept going! Need new battery in t6c, upload failed, deleted move (don't ever do this), had to enter manually from watch data. HR - below 125, 1.34; HR - over 166, 9.38; HR - 125-166, 1.04.48
Walking 0:38'55.3 Average heart rate 163 bpm, 4.57 km.Burnt Hickory to Dallas Hwy on West Trail, return on East Trail
Walking 0:59'11.9 Average heart rate 156 bpm, 7.26 km.New best time, Kirk Road to Burnt Hickory. Upped to 6 pound hand weights from 5#. Yes, one foot on the ground at all times.
Walking 1:38'22.1 Average heart rate 146 bpm, 9.94 km.
If you walk and want to add 40% more cardio to your workout - add hand weights. Also keeps you from getting those tiny little arms that runners have...
After 14 months of health problems that compromised my ability to exercise and even to stand, I am now doing great. BillD
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