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Yoann74

Male, 41 years
Alpine skiing, Climbing, Cycling… (+13 more)

Work hard in silence. Let your success be your noise ! Ma devise pour 2014.

  • 36 Moves

    15:09 h

    126.6 km

    8223 kcal

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    • Running 0:58'47.1 Average heart rate 143 bpm, 13.68 km

      29.5.2013
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    • Running 1:11'12 Average heart rate 143 bpm, 16.11 km

      18.5.2013
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    • Dorby69

      18.12.2012 @ Yoann74

      super les gars : sommes n°1 compet région !...et je n'ai pas encore embrayé mes moves! ça va venir!

    • Dorby69

      10.12.2012 @ Yoann74

      Salut Yo, compte créé, reste plus que l'équipement...^^

      • Dorby69

        16.12.2012

        yo, rejoinds mon groupe rhone alpes et team suunto france! merci, a

    • HunGari

      3.12.2012 @ Move 2.12.2012

      Wonderful night ... congratulations !! :))

    • Norskfred

      4.11.2012 @ Move 3.11.2012

      Joli!

    • Norskfred

      3.11.2012 @ Yoann74

      Merci pour l'info, je viens seulement de la voir... Je vais y jeter un oeil. As tu des objectifs pour l'année prochaine? J'hésite entre le transjutrail et le trail du gypaete... A

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      Bienvenue à tous les nouveaux membres ! Je vous propose pour ceux/celles qui veulent bien, de faire un post de présentation sous la forme : Prénom, Ville/Département du domicile, votre/vos Objectif(s) Trail 2014. Dans le même esprit, pour ceux/celles qui souhaitent partager leur prochaine course puis leur résultat ! N'hésitez pas ! Bien au contraire :-) ****** Edit : ON ****** Histoire de faire gagner en popularité au groupe, si vous pouvez cliquer sur "J'aime ça" sur la page du groupe :-) Il faut qu'on devienne le groupe de Trail Running de référence en France sur Movescount ! ****** Edit : OFF ****** Ci-dessous une citation, une réplique et une définition que j'aime bien avoir en tête avant d'aller courir quand je vais devoir me surpasser... que je partage avec vous : « Pour gagner, il faut risquer de perdre » © Jean-Claude Killy « You know what You Gotta do... Do it ! » © Rocky Balboa Movie DISCERNEMENT : Capacité à apprécier avec justesse et clairvoyance une situation

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    • 24 Apps

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      ULTRA EAU + GEL

      Trail running, Competition. David_DUBOS

      Alarme et lumière déclencher par un timer pré-régler par la variable "Hydratation" dans ce cas à 15 min pour penser à s'hydrater régulièrement (3 beeps) et toutes les heures double Alarme (5 beeps) pour le "GEL". Idéal pour les longues sorties. Affichage toute les 15 min : EAU 00:00'00 EAU et toute les heures : EAU 00:00'00 GEL Durant les 15 mn du timer affichage de la prochaine alarme Exemple : /E/ 10:02'55 /G/ signifie que la prochaine alarme portera sur la prise d'EAU + GEL. Compatible avec la Sunnto Ambit, Ambit2 et Ambit 2S Pour une utilisation optimale il faut que l'application soit affiché sur une ligne de l'écran de la montre.

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      Trail du gypaète 41Km

      Trail running, Competition. Yoann74

      Trail du Salève

      Trail running, Competition. Yoann74
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      SaintéLyon 75km time

      Trail running, Competition. benoitdupraz

      Estimation du temps total pour finir la SaintéLyon en fonction du kilométrage restant et de la vitesse moyenne sur l'épreuve.

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    • Trail du Gypaète

      Trail running, Competition. Yoann74

      14km/h virtual pacer

      Running, Training. Yoann74

      Trail des Glaisins

      Trail running, Competition. Yoann74

      Votre temps sur le trail des glaisins 29

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      Lyon Urban Trail 36km time

      Trail running, Competition. benoitdupraz

      Temps estimé pour finir le Lyon Urban Trail - 36km

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      • 5

      Marathon time estimation

      Running, Competition. MDX77

      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!!

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      Pacer Race (5:00min/km)

      Running, Target / Goal. fredricl

      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/...

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      Ghost runner 12km/h

      Running, Competition. chocobono

      calcul l'écart temps (en min) avec un coureur fictif dont la vitesse moyenne est connue, ici 12km/h

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        1

      Karvonen Training Zones

      Training. Bucheror

      ------------------------ The Karvonen formula is the gold standard for training zones. It is based on your Reserve Heart Rate, the difference between your maximum HR and your Rest HR, rather than only the max heart rate. 50% to 60%: Recovery and weight loss zone. 60% to 70%: The heart starts to benefit from the exercise. Slow and long distance exercise. Fat is the primary fuel and therefore good zone for weight loss. 70% to 80%: Aerobic zone - This is the optimal zone to workout in to increase your cardio-respitory capacity or the bodies ability to transport oxygenated blood to the muscle cells and carbon dioxide away from the cells. 80% to 90%: Cross over from aerobic training to anaerobic. Training in this zone will improve performance and dealing with Lactic acid. Training in this zone is felt as hard. 90% to 100%: Red Line Zone - You will only be able to train in this zone for short periods of time. You should not train at this level unless you are very fit. In this zone lactic ...

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      Fractionné 30x30 20 répétition

      Running, Performance. Xav69590
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      Virtual Partner Based on Pace

      Running, Training. QbaKrause

      This apps shows in meters how far behind or ahead of the Virtual Partner you are at the moment. The Virtual Partner runs with a constant, predefined pace set in mins/km, in the third line of the formula.

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      interval trainer

      Running, Training. harry93

      Counts down from 30 seconds after pressing lap (improved version)

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      water intake calculator

      Walking, Consumption. harry93

      **disclaimer, i do not endorse the use of this calculator as an absolute intake measurement device. This app is designed to give a rough guideline as to how much water should be consumed within a given time (not distance). Only you will know what is appropriate for your own body. The formular is based on needing 750ml per hour.

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      Track difficulty (UTMB points)

      Trail running, Estimate. jam_ranning

      Difficulty of our track, like UTMB points. Distance + Ascent / 100. Each 100 meters of ascent counts like each 1 plain km

      • 3
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      Heart rate calculator

      Trail running, Tools for daily use. Anonymous

      Male Heart Rate Calculator 210-(User age (year)/2)-(User weight (kg)*0,1)+4(when male)

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        1
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      Marathon time (with weighted average)

      Running, Competition. teemum

      Get real time estimate for you marathon time. App calculates the estimate based on your average speed and the current speed you are running.

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      10K Time

      Running, Estimate. josepap

      10K time calculates your estimated finish time for a 10K race

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      When to take a next Gel

      Triathlon, Consumption. JanneKallio

      This App calculates how many gels you should have taken during your triathlon race (or what ever you do). Based on your calory consumption and gel calories. Gel calories is based on Powerbar

      • 5
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      Current incline

      Running, Guidance. Movescount

      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.

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      10K time remaining

      Running, Estimate. Movescount

      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.

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      Climb counter

      Trail running, Counter. Movescount

      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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