I am an avid runner and I cycle for X-training. I run 40-50 mi 64-80km a week and 100 mi/160km cycling. I do 6+ marathons a year, but I ran 12 marathons and one ultra-marathon in 2012. I have started some trail running and I would like to do more . I have completed the "majors"__ New York (2007), Boston (2008), Berlin (2008), London (2010), and Chicago (2004, 2010). I would like to do Rome. Total races = 120++ http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1206870464&sk=wall
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Suunto needs to fix this site, cannot reply to your reply. Now you know that runniing 50 miles on trails is hard but does not cause the kind of injuries you would get running pavement fo 50 miles. Trails are..more fun, beautiful and you have to watch where you are going. I would nto be running if I had to run pavement!
Running 0:54'58.8 Average heart rate 139 bpm, 9.51 km.15 December 2010 - Wednesday
1st Workout of the Day - PART 1
Bridge_L via Hardin #50.00555 = 8.93km 5.55mi 1,282kCal
TEMP= 73.0 °F / 22.8 °C
PRESSURE= 29.56 in / 1001.0 hPa
WIND= South 13.8 mph / 22.2 km/h / 6.2 m/s
Running 1:44'49.3 Average heart rate 126 bpm, 17.91 km.26 November 2010 - Friday
Kiest Park via Kimballdale_1 Park Loop_Vantage #179.01004 = 16.16km 10.04mi 1,558kCal
VO2= 66 ml/kg/min
TEMP= 48.9 °F / 9.4 °C
PRESSURE= 30.30 in / 1025.8 hPa
WIND= NNW 9.2 mph / 14.8 km/h / 4.1 m/s
Cycling 1:24'58.1 Average heart rate 127 bpm, 40.44 km.23 November 2010 - Tuesday
1st Workout of the Day - PART 1
Cycle to AAFES & Home via Hill City #198.02513 = 40.44km 25.13mi 1,087kCal
VO2= 49 ml/kg/min
AM TEMP= 65.3 °F / 18.5 °C (Scattered Clouds)
PM TEMP= 75.9 °F / 24.4 °C (Scattered Clouds)
AM HUMIDITY= 94%
PM HUMIDITY= 64%
PRESSURE= 29.91 in / 1012.8 hPa
AM WIND= Calm
PM WIND= Calm
Hi Everyone. What a day for all those who did IRONMAN SOUTH AFRICA. It sounds like the new bike route made a great change of scenery and in true PE fashion the wind reared its ugly head. So to those who felt a little disappointed with slower times, don’t be. The UCI MTB world cup was held at PMB at the week-end, with local downhill hero Greg Minaar making the podiums last step. There are two weeks to Tour Durban. So to the Durban locals I hope you are going to take advantage of the full road closure and take a tour of Durban. For those upcountry people, you welcome to join the fun. Until later Crusty Guy.
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September is HERE! Gotta love a break from the heat and lots of serious fall racing! BRING IT everyone!
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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!
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Marathon multi APP showing: 1) ETA - Estimated Time 'of Arrival' given the current speed and the distance covered so far 2) PACE - your current pace 3) DUR - duration of your run up until now Intended usage: If you run regularly then you know that glancing at your watch is OK, but pressing buttons is probably not something you want to do. I put this APP in the center of my screen (then the numbers are big), leaving the top part for 'speed' and the bottom for 'distance'. With this setting I have everything I need in just one view. The APP loops through ETA, PACE, DURATION every 2 seconds. You know you can add other 'important' things to the bottom part of the view (apart from 'distance', I have there e.g. the time of the day - once in a while I found it good to have). Enjoy!
This is a fully programmable virtual partner. You can set the PACE and DISTANCE of the virtual partner in your watch and start competing against it. How to program the App? (1) Put the App in one of your sport modes and fire up your Suunto as usual and then press "START". (2) Now the App will increment the PACE of the partner with steps of 0.5 min/km. As soon as the desired PACE is reached press "LAP". (3) Now the App will increment the DISTANCE of the partner with steps of 0.5 km. As soon as the desired DISTANCE is reached press "LAP" again. (4) Now the App will show the PACE of the partner. Press "LAP" again and the App will show the DISTANCE of the partner. (5). Press "LAP" again and START RUNNING!. The App shows the distance between you and the partner. A positive distance means that your partner is winning. A negative distance means that you are winning. As soon as the partner reaches the set distance, the App will start beeping until you stop the App or press "LAP" (then it wi...
Watch live the estimated time you would be running your marathon, based on distance and time done. Examples showing 4h00 for marathon: - 10km @ 0h50 (3'015 sec) - 20km @ 1h44 (6'271 sec) - 30km @ 2h42 (9'769 sec) It uses Peter Riegel's formula, published in Runner's World, which states that speed decrease by 6% when distance double. (d2/d1)^1.06 * t1 = t2 Avoid bad surprise from other formulas! This one is more precise as IT TAKES IN ACCOUNT THE INCREASING EFFORT. Notice I have corrected it with polynomial approximation as no power function available in Suunto App. x^1.06 = 0.0022*x*x + 1.1612*x - 0.1635 Enjoy!!
This forecast is responsive to speed changes during the race. There are clear benefits for using current lap pace based forecast for finish time. E.g. first minutes are often slower, because of traffic, and thus average speed is clearly behind target in early race. Don't panic, stride faster when you can and you get quickly new realistic forecast from this App. Check values below. After 10 minutes still 41km left, but forecast shows that pace is good enough to finish under 3h. Average speed based estimates are also often too optimistic in late race. This App reacts quickly to pace drop and gives you early warning. It's again time to stride faster to reach your target! I made this forecast based on my own experience in long distance running. This is something that I have calculated always during the race to estimate how it will end up. In future, I let this App handle the calculations for me. I hope you find it useful too!
Measures the body exertion during exercises and how fit you are. Best athletes achieve near 1%. Usually it is around 5% and non-trained people gain more than 5%. This formula calculates Cardiac drift between previous and current laps during Steady exercises! Laps should be near equal as distances or times.
If you are working on your running technique, this is a great App to help you perfect your stride. Stride length has a direct impact on your metabolic efficiency. Every runner has a different stride, and the stride also depends on footwear. Set it as one of your views in your running mode to see the length of your stride as you run. To find your optimal stride, use this App to test what stride length feels best while you are running at a moderate intensity (60-70% max HR). NOTE: Requires Foot POD.
Marathon time calculates your estimated finish time for a full marathon in real-time. This is a great tool when striving for a new personal goal. Include this App in your running mode and use it pace yourself to reach your goal.
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