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Very nice place !
Launatain aamulenkille iso peukku!! :)
Viikonlopun hyvä aloitus:) Vaikka ihmetyttää tuo sykkeen pomppiminen 10-15 sykäystä yli normaalin, yrittääköhän kroppa kertoa olevansa tulossa kipeäksi tms.
Näyttää hyvältä! Kunpa itsekin jaksaisi herätä aamulla hiihtämään.
Running 1:53'07 Average heart rate 168 bpm, 21.10 km.HCR, easy start, first 10km 56.45, then speeding up a bit, last km as fast as I could, managed to reach max hr once again (yep, it's really that high - hummingbird, anyone?)
Walking 19:16'02.3, 100.4 km.Sysimusta satku. Ihan hullua touhua:)
Adventure racing 4:48'27.8 Average heart rate 146 bpm, 38.09 km.Snowflakes 2011. In simple words: Absolutely FUN:)
Running 1:49'21.3 Average heart rate 183 bpm, 21.10 km.Personal best at HCR, the running felt pretty good but not as comfortable as could've been.. Nice result, though.
Running 1:49'26.7 Average heart rate 173 bpm, 21.10 km.Only a few seconds off personal best, even though the practice has been pretty minimal. Can't complain:)
And yes, the bunny was there as well;-)
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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!
How is your running going?
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Welcome! Let's share with the enjoyment of the cross-country skiing and the roller skiing each other.
Great to have you in this group, have a nice ride with your bikes!
”Thank you all for joining the Suunto Divers group, and congratulations to Kervin who has won the brand new Suunto D6i! Kervin; check your email and we’ll send you more information about how to receive your prize. Keep on diving everyone!”
The essence of happiness lies in our evolution into better beings by achieving. Whatever your entry level is, there's no limit to what you can achieve as long as you commit yourself fully. Use each other's statistics to find extra motivations and feel free to post in the groups for any sort of help you may need! :-) Gabriele Pinto - Zuljin74
Suunto Quest a perfect Sportwatch for every sports!!!
The Ambit3 Connected family is launched, kicking and growing now with the Ambit3 Run!
Getting closer: http://www.movescount.com/applications/iphone
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.
Calculates average speed over the last kilometer. You can then check where you did the fastest km on the graph.
This app will alternate between the temperature (C), pressure (hPa) and altitude (m) in 2 second intervals. The same app with 1 second intervals can be found here: http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10038103-C__hPa__m_(1_second)
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. Fixed spike effect and corrected abnormal value when FusedAlti recalibrates the altimeter.
Calculate vertical speed for the last 2min straight climb/down. Exercise don't need to be started. The altitude changes due to calibration are automatically filtered. Fixed spike effect and corrected abnormal value when FusedAlti recalibrates the altimeter.
Rumour tells that one of the secrets behind the success of Kenyan runners is that they run accelerating runs. Inspired by this method of training this App gives you pace guidance through your accelerating run. The start pace is taken from the first kilometer and then pace is increased (duration per km decreased) with 5sec/km for every kilometer. Thus you can adjust your run by selecting the pace for the first kilometer.
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.
Run against a ghost runner who runs with constant pace. The watch shows the distance to your ghost friend in meters if you are in front of him and negative meters if you are behind. Check also for other paces and miles version of this App.
This interval running App guides a pyramid running exercise. The pyramid is built with interval distances given like this: 200m - 400m - 600m - 800m - 1000m - 800m - 600m - 400m - 200m. Intervals should be run with high intensity and pace adjusted to interval distance. The shorter the interval the higher the pace. Between every interval there is a one minute walk recovery.
Max Speed, Elevation Difference, Incline Percentage and MORE! Excellent for: Hiking, Biking, Crosscountry Skiing, Orienteering and any other sport where up/down movements are involved and you want to know answers to all the questions like: how fast? how steep? how high? how exhausting? This APP is a simplified MANUAL version of http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10018294-Hiking_Biking_xCountry_Skiing_Analyzer . Yet, sometimes 'less' actually means 'more' :-). In this version it is you who decides when a given lap starts/ends. In the AUTOMATIC version, there was an assumption that if you do not move for more than 20sec then you've just finished a lap. I guess esp. in case of hiking you might prefer to have a manual control - so you have it - in this APP. The rest of the functionality remains the same, i.e. for each lap it shows: 1) mxS - max speed for the current lap 2) avS - average speed for the current lap 3) DST - distance from the beginning of this lap 4) ELV - max elevation diff...
Max Speed, Elevation Difference, Incline Percentage and MORE! Excellent for: Hiking, Biking, Crosscountry Skiing, Orienteering and any other sport where up/down movements are involved and you want to know answers to all the questions like: how fast? how steep? how high? how exhausting? The beauty of this app is that you don't need to press any button - the app recognizes your 'laps' by identification of your rest periods (i.e. 20sec or longer periods that you don't move) - as soon as you start moving, the APP starts monitoring your: 1) mxS - max speed from the last rest 2) avS - average speed from the last rest 3) DST - distance from the last rest 4) ELV - max elevation from the last rest (i.e. difference between the max altitiude and min altitiude that you coressed recently - positive if you climb and negative if go/run/ski down) 5) INC - incline percentage, e.g. 10% means 10m up on a 100m distance (-10% - same but down) 6) mHR - max HR from the last rest As I said - your rest peri...
This app fits in the Ambit 1. This provides the time of day for Sunrise and Sunset based on the current GPS location, generally accurate to within a few minutes of the 'official' times. It is different than the standard Movescount app which provides the countdown time, in that this app shows the expected *time of day* for Sunrise and Sunset, alternating 4 seconds each. After pressing Start, pressing the Lab button allows the user to select one of three timezones , based on the Standard 15-min wide Longitude (Meridian) zone of your current GPS location. "Std" = Use when your location is within the standard 15-minute zone and there is no Daylight Savings. Also use this if you are West of the standard 15-minute zone and currently *is* DST. "DST/+1" = Use when you are within the standard 15-min zone and there *is* DST. Or in one zone East and no DST. "Std-1" = Use when your location is one 15-minute zone West of the standard time zone and there is no DST. Instructions: It is best to pla...
Inspired by Aleksandra Mikołajczak and Miriam Plana, this App will help you fuel your body the right way after your exercise by showing you how many grams of fat, protein and carbs you should eat. The App is all about energy consumption.
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!
Want to know how fast you could be? This App uses formula originally devised by Pete Riegel, a research engineer and marathoner (published in Runner's World by Owen Anderson) to predict your race time on given distance based on actual race time. This App shows you real time estimate for 5km, 10km, Half Marathon and Marathon while running hard - just add it to your running sport mode and see what times you could reach. TIP: Add this App to bottom row in your sport mode. (In middle row the info about predicted distance isn't shown). NOTE: You need to run more than one kilometer before estimation is shown! ******************************* Please note that predictor: 1. Assumes that you have done proper training for the distance. 2. It assumes you don't have a natural significant bias towards either speed or endurance. 3. The calculations become less accurate for times under three and a half minutes and over four hours. ******************************* The formula is T2 = T1 x (D2/D1)^1.0...
This is a helper App for Poker Timer, blinds -App. This App shows how much time is left for the current level. To create a good Poker Timer custom mode to Ambit, use also the Poker Timer, blinds -App. How to customize: 1st row: Poker Timer, time 2nd row: Poker Timer, blinds 3rd row: Time, heart rate (I dare you, it's gonna be fun)
Convert your Ambit2 to a Poker Watch. App starts with 10/20 blinds. Blind level is 15 minutes, after this the blinds are doubled. You can increase the blinds by pressing the lap button. If you want to have a break, just stop the timer. To create a good Poker mode to your Ambit, use also the Poker Timer, time -App. How to customize: 1st row: Poker Timer, time 2nd row: Poker Timer, blinds 3rd row: Time, heart rate (I dare you, it's gonna be fun even though it might blow your bluff.)
You're a wanted criminal. After the heist of you come out only to notice that your partner in crime has already fled with the loot and your getaway car. Just then you hear the police sirens getting closer and closer. It's time to run! But be aware, because the law enforcement also has several patrols looking for you. The race against the clock begins... Instructions. You have 40 seconds time to gain some lead, after that without keeping the distance you're caught. Your high-tech watch gives you a warning (beep) every time there is patrol approaching your location. While the patrol is near, you must not run. Stop, hide and maybe stretch a little because the police in your rear have not given up on chase. After 25 seconds the patrol has gone past and you are clear to go. In case you get caught the chase maybe resetted by pressing the lap button on your watch. Press it twice to make the cops slower. If you are uncertain what to do, check your watch for information. How far you can run?...
Automatic calibration of alitmeter using the GPS on Ambit 1 (cheap man's FusedAlti).
This App let's you race against the virtual runner. You can set the virtual runner's pace from 5'30 to 4'00 min/km by pressing a lap button. Each button press equals to 10 seconds faster pace. The App shows you the opponent's pace for the first 100 m. "530" refers to "5'30 min/km" and "400" to "4'00 min/km". When the distance 0,1 km is reached, the Racer shows you the distance difference to the opponent. For example "10 m" means that the virtual runner is 10 meters behind you and "-15 m" means that you are 15 meters behind the virtual runner.
10-20-30 intervals. To be used when running 30 sec. slow, 20 sec. fast, 10 sec. sprint. It will beep and light after 30 sec, again after 20 sec. more, and the again after 10 sec. more (Beep and light does not work on Ambit - so it is removed for now). And then repete. In the display it shows repitision.speed where speed can be 1,2 or 3 for slow, fast or sprint.
"R8club" is a virtual caddie. It's not only suggesting the right club for the given distance but calculates the penultimate shot so that you can use your favorite wedge for approaching the green! Feel free to change the distances/ clubs to suit your game. Check also APPS: Bogeyman and Distance to Hole
"Bogeyman" is a score keeper/ ghost player, which adds automatically one stroke/ hole. You can also add strokes by pressing LAP. Double clicking ( ~ 1s) LAP takes one stroke away, rarely needed ;-) Check also APPs: R8club and Distance to Hole
"Distance to Hole" gives the distance to the next waypoint i.e. middle of the green/ layup point - whatever you have marked as your route WP. Check also APPS: Bogeyman and R8club
Shows the amount of ascent, i.e. cumulative amount of gained altitude during the exercise. Result is given in meters.
Shows the amount of descent, i.e. cumulative amount of lost altitude during the exercise. The result is given in meters.
Gives a storm alarm when sea level air pressure drops fast enough. The gradient limit is 4hPa per 3 hours.
Shows the time of next sunset or sunrise, whichever is predicted to come first.
Shows the time of next high tide or low tide, whichever is predicted to come first.
Shows current vertical speed as m/min. Positive numbers indicate ascent and negative numbers descent.
Displays your HR Zone 1-5. Function based on RHR(variable) and MHR(variable) and scaled to your HRR (0-100%. The starting zone is 50% and the zone increments are 10%. Zone 1 = 50% Zone 2 = 60% Zone 3 = 70% Zone 4 = 80% Zone 5 = 90%
show VS en m/h
Race or train against your virtual pacer. Always shows how much you are ahead or behind in time with respect to the goal-pace. Try to keep it at 0 for even splits. Collect some lead-time before that hill comming up, and verify that you did not fall back too much after. Out running we need clear feedback on how we are doing and motivation to reach our goals. I can't run and always look at current pace, and it's to abstract to figure out what the average pace-value 5:03min/km means that I really need to do after 7,7km distance. I find it is easiest to understand that I need to catch up on 22 lost seconds against the pacer. When I increase my speed, the feedback is instant as the pacer-difference begins to decrease. The pacer-difference also always has the same precision, where average pace loses precision over distance. In practice it works like an instant pace-band. Oh, my pacer is "Runner provided with the Apparatus intended to register his Different Paces" http://en.wikisource.org/...
My attempt to make a barometer that displays the barometric pressure at your location. This app is approximate, valid only at low altitudes, because you can not use log and exp functions in an app. You can also simulate a barometer by setting your reference altitude to zero in the standard Ambit. But it would be really nice and more convenient if you could have a barometer with all three key parameters available at the same time: altitude, atmospheric pressure and QNH (sea level pressure). On my wish list, but not implemented yet, is an altitude trim term to correct for air humidity, air temperature and sensor errors. Trim can be done by setting altitude and QNH or barometric pressure simultaneously and independently. If both pressure and altitude are known, the trim coefficient can be determined. Currently the trim is fixed at factory calibration. I hope you enjoy this App, despite it's inaccuracy! Tom
There is different App for Females. Walk one mile (1.61 km) as fast as you can. Use 400m track OR treadmill OR find a flat route and measure distance using integrated GPS or calibrated Foot POD. After 1 mile this App shows your fitness level as Vo2 Max.
Estimated marathon finish time based on last lap speed.
Fat burner app. This app assumes an optimal HR% around 65% MAX HR (in the middle of between 60%-70% MAX HR). Set this app in one of your custom sports modes to show your real-time difference. Keep it between -5% or + 5% . Good luck!
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.
Run against yourself
This is for fun and parties :-) This App is for men! This App shows how much you have alcohol in your blood after drinking mugs of beer. You mark the number of mugs of beer you have enjoyed by pressing the LAP button AFTER you have drunk the mug. 1 lap = 1 mug of beer (0,5l, less than 4,7% of alcohol) = 18g of alcohol = 1,5 portion of alcohol I recommend to use 60s GPS interval with this app, so that the accu endures for the next morning and beyond. http://www.paihdelinkki.fi/alkoholineuvonnan-opas/promille Do not trust this for e.g. driving a car. Do not come to blame me if cops do have a different opinion. This ought to be close but it's still for fun :-)
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.
10K time calculates your estimated finish time for a 10K race
gravity = 9.8067 m/s^2 friction (dry asphalt) = 0.7 friction (wet asphalt) = 0.5 d = velocity^2 / (2*friction*gravity) total_d = d + reaction time (travelled per 1 second)
See how many beers can you safely take after the training without weight gain!
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.
There are many ways to guide your exercise intensity. Controlling pace is one of them. And 10K time remaining is a great way to stay on top of your pace. The App shows how much time is left until 10K is reached. Set it in your running mode and use the remaining time shown to help you adjust speed and avoid fatigue.
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.
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