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Male, 43 years, Paraparaumu, New Zealand
Circuit training, Crosstrainer, Gymnastics… (+6 more)


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    6:15 h

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    • Circuit training 1:21'04.5 Average heart rate 146 bpm

      !st time with Kylie !!!! 1000m row warmup other stretching warmup death by 10m run in 1min warmup WOD For time in teams of 2 600m run 40 cleans (40kg) 40 Jerk (40kg) 30 Cleans 30 Jerk 20 cleans 20 jerks 600m run

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    • Indoor rowing 1:14'31.1 Average heart rate 137 bpm

      New 5000m row fastest time of 18:45

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      24.6.2014 @ spamiate

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      6.11.2012 @ spamiate

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      Evidence continues to mount underscoring the superiority of HIIT exercise protocols in improving health in a variety of ways. Dr. Jonathan Little at the University of British Columbia has recently shown that HIIT is more effective at lowering high blood sugar for type II diabetics than continuous duration aerobic routines. Dr. Little has shown that 75 minutes of HIIT per week is more effective than 150 minutes weekly of the moderate intensity continuous duration exercise recommended by the American Diabetes Association. Happily, not many of us here need to be concerned with exercising to combat diabetes. But the encouraging implication of Dr. Little’s research may be of interest. Presumably if HIIT lowers blood sugar for full-fledged type II diabetics, it is also superior in lowering blood sugar and combatting metabolic syndrome in non-diabetics. HIIT works.


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      Tools for daily use. slav_2000

      Shows GPS altitude in meters. Especially useful for Ambit1 users, who do not have embedded FusedAlti function.

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      Show Recovery Time

      Consumption. guigui

      Show your Recovery Time in hours during your exercise with the use of an HR belt.

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      How hard

      Guidance. Movescount

      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.

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      Heart rate change

      Guidance. Movescount

      Keep track of your intensity level by knowing the difference in your average heart rate from one lap to the next. Set this App in one of your custom sports modes and use autolap to get regular checkpoint comparisons. For example, use autolap for hard and easy intervals and aim for -10% and +10% for each alternating lap.

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