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That's very impressive!
50kg - wow, that's how much I weigh...well, almost...
Thanks, are you volunteering by any chance? :D I'm aiming to gradually increase the weight, though don't want to compromise speed or risk eating a mouthful of steps - they aren't very forgiving on bad form!
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Boxing 0:31'12.1 Average heart rate 182 bpm.Back from taking almost 2 weeks off. Thought I'd be a bit rusty but felt great and able to go all out.
Running 0:30'14.6 Average heart rate 164 bpm.Hill running
Boxing 0:48'02.1 Average heart rate 180 bpm.
Boxing 0:58'01.2 Average heart rate 173 bpm.
Running 1:10'00.7 Average heart rate 167 bpm, 9.90 km.Target: Aerobic, Anaerobic
Intensive Tempo Endurance
Trekking 8:13'53.2 Average heart rate 134 bpm, 33.53 km.
Welcome to the Where is the limit? Mafia!!! :-)
Welcome to the informal General UK group!
Why am I never happy with the thing I do. I see what I have done, end its not enough. It looks that I have a long journey ahead of me. I prefer to die trying than just dream what it could it been.
Folks, lets try and get this group moving! Let everyone in on your adventure plans and what you are doing to prepare for them. Ask questions, help each other out.
I changed the name into Ambit & t6d/c lovers. I have used the t6d for years with satisfaction. Now I also have the AMBIT: WOW!
Did you see the video from Erwan Le Corre? Probably. Now you can watch it again here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nwbzpyterI When do we get to select Barefoot Running as a Moves option?
"It's always further than it looks. It's always taller than it looks. And it's always harder than it looks." - The 3 rules of mountaineering
"There is no such thing as a natural puncher. There is a natural aptitude for punching and that is different. Nobody is born the best. You have to practice and train to become the best." ~ Cus D'Amato
“What we face may look insurmountable. But I learned something from all those years of training and competing. I learned something from all those sets and reps when I didn't think I could lift another ounce of weight. What I learned is that we are always stronger than we know.” ~ Arnold Schwarzenegger
Dear all, there were 56 members in this group by March 31st, and I just paid 56 pounds (64 euros) to the Japan disaster fund. Amer Sports will match my contribution, meaning that together that will be 128 euros. It's still not much money considering the devastation but it's definitely something! The money will be directed to the Japanese Red Cross, which will make sure it'll reach those who need it most. My thoughts go out to all the people in Japan who have lost their homes or loved ones and hope that things will get better soon. Thank you all for being a part of the group! Together we can make a difference! Aku
Check this for inspiration: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ptYTGTNiyQ
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Linux users and outdoor activities lovers could be personify in a same body. Suunto seems to ignore it. Please join the group if you'd like to use your suunto product on linux. A project has been started to reverse engineering a watch syncrhonization application and product an open source linux api, check this out and if you could help don't be shy!! http://sourceforge.net/projects/openambit
Displays minimum heart rate for last 30 seconds. I use it by lying down in a quiet room for 5 minutes with the HR monitor on - and then see what my min heart rate was during the last 30 seconds.
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