Conhecendo Endorfina e, gostando...
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Walking 1:39'29 Average heart rate 120 bpm, 10.84 km
Hiking/Trekking 0:51'31 Average heart rate 103 bpm
Cycling 2:40'33.2 Average heart rate 132 bpm, 55.74 km
Walking 1:37'05.7 Average heart rate 113 bpm, 12.00 km
Running with cadence? Suunto T6 does not, I did ..
Running 1:45'06.2 Average heart rate 158 bpm, 16.10 km
Santa Lucia pela Av.Brasil
Running 0:52'39.5 Average heart rate 159 bpm, 7.38 km
Volta pelo Pasto
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Hi, Great info. Thx very much. I am planning to buy a t6d but it is annoying that the cadence data for running move types is not visible in any workout I was able to look at. I do not really understand, why. Did you record it with a footpod? If yes it means that the data is available but not visible on the graphs and tables. It would be nice to have cadence info available for running activities. Should t6c/d users register their running workouts as walking if cadence data needed?
Sorry it took so long to respond. I had not seen the question.
Actually I used my bike cadence pod with an adjustment in my leg.
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EEEE!! Andou 7Km a mais q eu no mesmo tempo e ao mesmo tempo!! Legal!! Parabéns!!
O meu foi na pista, ai rende mais.
Muito bom este treino, exelente!!!! Quero poder fazer isto um dia.
Vai conseguir numa boa, é só treinar. Eu não conseguia nem 100m. Comecei caminhando e passei de 90kg para 73kg, ai ficou mais leve para correr.
Já era, troquei a nicotina pela endorfina. Maneiro te encontrar por aqui.
Também gostei. O Sergio Florida também esta por aqui, você viu?
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!
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