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better flat tire today than in three weeks from now :)
Puls 129? Björnkondis eller söndrig mätare!
På cykeln är pulsen lägre än när man springer. Ingen björnkondis ännu men snart!
The minimum pool lenght is 25 m?
The minimum pool length of the watch is 15m.
Triathlon 2:11'26.5 Average heart rate 153 bpm, 52.19 km.
Triathlon 9:20'52, 225.3 km.I am now 2013 Finnish Champion of Ironman distance triathlon!!!! How about that!!
Official split times: 1:06'31 / 4:51'13 / 3:21'07
Running 2:57'39.4 Average heart rate 154 bpm, 42.20 km.Stockholm Marathon. Not quite optimal performance, but sub 3h anyway.
Running 1:37'14 Average heart rate 160 bpm, 21.01 km.Helsinki City Run...with the babyjogger :o)
Running 2:53'48.3 Average heart rate 157 bpm, 42.24 km.Helsinki City Marathon. Running felt as good as it gets and I improved my personal best with 4 minutes!! Very satisfied! :o)
10km laps: 39'53, 39'57, 40'51, 43'25 (increasing ascent towards end of run)
21.1km split: 1:24'06
Triathlon 1:02'17.2 Average heart rate 153 bpm, 25.52 km.HelTri-cup rykäsy. Hyvä fiilis...vaikka Jens menikin ohi juoksussa;o)
Triathlon 1:07'51.7 Average heart rate 156 bpm, 28.68 km.Hyvinkään Pyöräilijät Vartti Triathlon. Sprint 750m/22km/5km. Third place!
You can calculate the swim stroke count from the altitude graph :o).
Following data extracted from the graphs:
swim time 11'04, T1 2'31, bike time 34'10 (39.5km/h), T2 0'36, run time 19'29 (3'51min/sec). Total race time 1:07'12
Running 1:22'39.8 Average heart rate 162 bpm, 21.10 km.Helsinki City Run half marathon. I was targeting 4min/km so this was even better than expected.
Running 1:22'16 Average heart rate 165 bpm, 21.10 km.Forssa Suvi-Ilta half marathon.
Official net time was 1:21:59, which is also my personal best!!
Triathlon 9:23'12.8 Average heart rate 131 bpm, 224.6 km.Ironman Florida
Being overtaken by age group men.
Summer is gone.. winter comes!
Are you working for Suunto? Are you cycling a lot? If you answer yes to both questions, ask me more details how to participate to kilometrikisa 2012
Great to have you in this group, have a nice ride with your bikes!
How is your running going?
Shows your EPOC value in real time. EPOC (Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption) indicates the amount of extra oxygen your body needs to recover after exercise. The higher the EPOC, the more strenuous the exercise.
This wave surfing App counts how many waves have been caught during the day. The App triggers on speed and every time the speed exceeds the threshold speed after being below it, the wave count is increased.
This wave surfing App toggles between your total distance covered riding waves and your total distance covered in the water paddling. The App triggers on speed and distance covered is classified as water or wave depending on if it is below or above the threshold speed (defined to 15km/h in beginning of App).
This wave surfing App toggles between your total time spent riding waves and your total time spent in the water paddling. The App triggers on speed and time spent is classified as water or wave depending on if speed is below or above the threshold speed (defined to 15km/h in beginning of App).
This app shows the difference between your last 10 seconds average heading and the average heading of 50 seconds before that. This shows when your heading starts to change.
This is a simple App that shows Steps Per Minute (SPM) instead of Revolutions Per Minute (RPM) which is the default unit for cadence in most sports.
This interval running App paces you through your interval run by guiding your pace as 1km hard + 1km easy for as long as you wish. The App name indicates the fastest possible pace for the hard interval. The target pace is given to you on every section, following the 1km + 1km rhythm, but the exact pace comes as a surprise when the kilometer changes and both the hard and the easy pace can vary inside a window of 30 sec/km. The App uses sound alerts to pace you fast enough on the hard intervals and slow enough on the recovery sections. The run always starts with an easy kilometer and you should design your run to also end with an easy kilometer as cool down. Check the App Zone for other pace levels and mile versions.
High intensity interval running inspired by coaching methods used by Peter Coe when coaching his son, olympic champion and 800m world record holder of Sebastian Coe. This interval running App guides you through an interval session starting with 10min warmup, then 16 x 200m interval running exercise with 30 second recovery between intervals. The hard intervals are supposed to be high intensity, i.e. very hard. The recovery should be made walking. The App will show meters left during the interval and seconds left during recovery.
This App indicates the efficiency of your running by introducing the unit "Beats Per Kilometer". It tells exactly how many times your heart beats during one kilometer with current pace and heartrate compared. Less heart beats means less effort to run this pace. This App lets you follow the value live based on last 10 second floating average value of heartrate and running pace.
Orthostatic heartrate test is a common way of testing state of recovery. Make an own sport mode for this purpose, set GPS OFF, search for HR belt and set recording interval to 1 second. Do this test every morning by creating a six and a half minute log. Follow the result on daily basis and detect problems before it is too late. Your body will react differently depending on the state of recovery, illness or overtraining. Follow your own values to learn how your body works. This is how it works: Lay down and start the log. First 5 minutes is average rest HR while laying down. Then watch beeps. Stand up and wait half a minute until the watch beeps again. Stand still and let the watch measure one minute average HR while standing. The watch beeps and the test is ready. Orthostatic HR is now shown as the difference between the stand up HR and the rest HR.
Calculate vertical speed for the last 1min straight climb/down. Exercise don't need to be started. The altitude changes due to calibration are automatically filtered.
Shows the amount of carbohydrates burned off during your exercise by converting consumed energy into grams of carbs. Compare this to the amount of fat burned by using the FAT BURNED App simultaneously.
Shows the amount of fat burned off during your exercise by converting consumed energy into grams of fat. Compare this to the amount of carbs burned by using the CARBS BURNED App simultaneously.
Inspired by Nina Sibley. This App is all about rewarding yourself after a good workout. During your exercise the App alerts you when you have done enough to celebrate with a glass of Champagne — and if you exercise long enough you could deserve a bottle!
Shows GPS altitude in meters. Especially useful for Ambit1 users, who do not have embedded FusedAlti function.
This is a good indication of how ‘smooth’ the ride was. In an Ironman context, VI numbers are typically low, ranging from 1.0 to 1.05 for flat courses and 1.05-1.1 for hilly courses. This is simply the normalized power (NP) divided by the average power.
Normalized Power (NP) is a training tool developed by Cycling Peaks (Training Peaks). It was developed to account for the variables associated with riding: wind, hills, sprints, steady state, etc. Using average power does not account for these variables, however NP does.
Shows the amount of energy that has been put on the bike in terms of pure cycling power. Unit is kilojoules [kJ].
Shows the time of next sunset or sunrise, whichever is predicted to come first.
Shows live grade of the hill in degrees [%] based on vertical speed and speed measurement.
Calculates your distance based on time and heartrate with the estimate that you cycle 30km/h with an average heartrate of 120bpm. Assumes linear behavior of your speed/hr correlation.
Just a simple app which provides you your speed in m/s ;-)
An indication of personal running (or other sport) efficiency. Indicates how your running pace relates to your heartrate. The unit of this value is [beats per kilometer] and it is calculated on your current HR and pace. Can be used in any sport that uses HR and speed.
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.
Handy when sailing, this App will show your distance in nautical miles. Set it in one of your custom sport modes and see the distance in more sea-friendly format.
Out sailing and want to know your speed in knots? Just set this App in one of your custom sports modes and check the view.
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