Doing stuff with things since 1978
Sorry, "<" and ">" characters are not allowed.
No shouts yet.
Trail running 7:42'34, 80.47 km.First win! after a few 2nd place finishes rolled out and a even pace and didn't let up. came through the 25 turnaround in 3:45 on pace slowed abit over the last 10km through the Normack Trail loop. Overall really happy with the effort and had a great time in the forest!
Welcome to the Suunto Canada group, where you can share and comment on anything relevant to the brand! If you haven't done so, visit the Suunto.com site for lots of 'HOW TO' videos to help you maximize your watches features! Facebook - Suunto: https://www.facebook.com/SuuntoMovescount Facebook - Movescount: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Movescount-Powered-by-Suunto/350435838432 Twitter feed: @SuuntoCanada --PhilV
No leader messages.
Based on the classic Karvonen (heart rate reserve, based on the difference of your heart rate with your rest heart rate, compared to your max heart rate minus your rest heart rate), this app displays the heart rate and the effort zone: 50-60%: Zone 1, "Walking", Moderate Activity (Maintenance / Warm-up / Recovery) 60-70%: Zone 2, "Jogging", Fat Burning (Long Distance / Fitness / Weight Control ) 70-80%: Zone 3, "Running", Aerobic (Cardio Training / Endurance) 80-90%: Zone 4, "Hard Running", Anaerobic (Hardcore Training, Resistance) 90-100%: Zone 5, "All out", Maximum Effort (VO2 Max, Interval Training). As a small twist, the app displays both the HR (before the dot) and the Zone (after the dot). It also beeps with a number of beeps corresponding to a zone when you enter it. There's a buffer to prevent it from beeping continuously when you are close to the boundary between zones. App derived (many thanks, guys) from: Training Zone: http://www.movescount.com/apps/app4056-Training_Zone...
Elevation gain refers to the sum of every gain in elevation throughout an entire activity. The Suunto Ambit 2S has no barometric altitude sensor and so the "ascent" display is not available. This app calculates the elevation gain from the GPS sensor. It uses a stronger filter compared to the "GPS elevation gain" app for even better accuracy!
Displays the average rate of ascent in feet per minute based on the cumulative lap ascent distance divided by the lap duration. This is useful for assessing climbing progress versus a planned target rate of ascent. Because it uses a longer term average this rate of ascent is much less variable than the Ambit native 'vertical speed' metric.
Want to know the real incline of the hill or mountain you are heading up? Use this App to find out. Set this in one of your custom sport modes and press lap when starting each climb to see your real-time incline.
Using heart rates zones is a useful way to control your exercise intensity. But if you need more precise guidance, this is the App for you. This app shows real-time intensity based on your own maximum heart rate. Set it in one of your custom sports modes and let your real-time exercise intensity guide you.
Climb counter is for running hill sprints. After a couple sprints, it’s easy to lose count. Climb counter keeps track of how many sprints you have done. Just push the lap button once at the top of the first hill. After that, the app will count each sprint and show you the current total count.
Promote this member on your site. Just click the button