Just training for pleasure :o)
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Cycling to Tesco for Sushi ;o)
Trail running 0:37'04.2 Average heart rate 169 bpm, 9.00 km
First XC fixture of Chiltern League. Think I got the route pretty close - we did 3 laps of that.
Trail running 0:18'59 Average heart rate 172 bpm, 4.53 km
Running 3:00'17 Average heart rate 148 bpm, 30.59 km
Great run with the Striders - Longest run ever!
Running 1:35'06 Average heart rate 168 bpm, 19.62 km
Navigating by written description makes it easy to get lost. I was lucky to run with a guy who also ran last year... that saved me A LOT.
Came in third! Thought I was nr. 4 or 5. http://www.races.fvspartans.org.uk/FVC2011.htm
Running 0:48'28 Average heart rate 168 bpm, 11.27 km
First MWRRL with the striders - 7 miles
Triathlon 11:48'18.1 Average heart rate 134 bpm, 219.6 km
First iron distance triathlon - the goal was to complete the race, and if possible under 12 hours. Everything worked out as planned except the 4 min in the penalty tent :o(
Cycling 0:25'53.3 Average heart rate 164 bpm, 16.02 km
New PB on the 10 mile TT - improved by 17 sec. - Just on the edge of stomach cramps after the the first 10K - maybe due to the Kashmiri Chicken Curry I had just before the time trial.
Cycling 0:26'10, 16.04 km
Tested my new Bell Meteor II aero helmet - must have made a difference since I was 1 min. 40 sec. faster than last time.
Cycling 4:31'16.3 Average heart rate 133 bpm, 119.7 km
Triathlon 1:06'23 Average heart rate 159 bpm, 25.09 km
First Tri-Force club triathlon called "Where" - placed 3rd out of 23 males - a very warm and sunny day with a bit of wind on the bike. But really felt the heat on the run. 400m swim: 06:38 - 20 Km bike: 33:57 - 5 km run 06:38. |
Last weekend I had blisters from racing my Nike Lunarglide in bare feet - so I tried something new - fitted elastic laces in my Vivobarefoot Breatho Trail and ran the 5K on road in them. It resulted in a lot less pain then last week.
Mountain biking 0:44'40 Average heart rate 157 bpm, 15.98 km
Første rigtige træning siden 31 okt. Fedt at få lov til at arbejde lidt igen. Ingen problemer med ryggen, så længe jeg sidder på cyklen.
Running 0:35'07 Average heart rate 168 bpm, 7.73 km
Placering som nummer 1 - det har jeg da aldrig prøvet før.
Cycling 3:09'37 Average heart rate 157 bpm, 100.0 km
Skiveløbet 100 km
Lidt feber fra morgenen af, gik helt kold med 12 km igen - ØV!
Running 1:20'05 Average heart rate 161 bpm, 17.15 km
Indlagt 10 km m. 14 km/t
Det blev kun til 13,5 km/t på de 10 km, pga. bakker og vind. (stigning på over 100 m)
Var det på flad vej tror jeg ikke de 14 km/t var helt urealistisk.
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It works, but the Avg_Speed variable is the average speed over the whole move. So, not very 'responsive' to changes in pace. If you plan on picking up the pace (or fading) for the last few miles, the predicted time is based on your whole run's average, not your current pace. I've created one that predicts finish time based on what you've run so far, plus the average pace over your most recent 30s. http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10054536-Half_Marathon_Race_Predictor_30s_Avg
Thanks Chris - am very pleased with the result :o)
Godt gået... Så er du vist klar!
Hey Skov, just installed a new seatpost to get my Brooks saddle in a more forward position yesterday. Found a very convient position, but had to find out that this position was too far forward and I didn't have 5cm between crank and saddle nose, as prescribed by "race rules". Have you checked out if you are still in the green zone? (I am a newbie and just happy that I figured out my mistake. Didn't want it to come accross "smart-assy"). Good luck with your training!
Hi Chris, I don't think those rules apply to most triathlons (I'm not doing any UCI races)
But I will check to be sure, thanks.
And thanks - only 19 days to go.
Oh, that would be great. I think I better check that as well...
Hold your horses now ;o)
Det er godt det går fremad med knæet Brian - Flot Cadence :)
Kadencen er ikke noget jeg tænker over mere - den ligger altid der omkring. Jeg har selvfølgelig også haft et pulsur med løbe kadence de sidste 4-5 år ;o)
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Hej :O) vi er nu næsten 250 medlemmer og over 66.000 moves - cool :o) Vi har nu fået den nye Suunto Ambit3 Run i shoppen - her får man super meget for pengene, bl.a. det nye Suunto Smart Sensor pulsbælte med intern hukommelse, aktivitets måler samt fuld navigation. Derudover går vi og venter på den nye opdatering til alle Ambit3 urene her i april 2015, der giver dansk sprog i urene, samt den længe ventet Android vesion til uret som vi alle har set frem til. Keep training og i er velkommen til at tjekke os ud på Facebook, vi køre nogle konkurrencer hvor man kan vinde forskelligt fedt grej. Vi ligger også nye test ud på Suunto grej osv. Mh.. Torben - Afdelingsleder www.FreeSports.dk
Så starter vi med fælles træning i Horsens. På torsdage cykler vi fra butikken i Horsens, kl. 17.30. Kom lidt før og få drikkeflasken fyldt op med energidrik. Første gang kører vi en times tid og venter på hinanden, så alle kan være med.
Did you see the video from Erwan Le Corre? Probably. Now you can watch it again here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nwbzpyterI When do we get to select Barefoot Running as a Moves option?
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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.
EPOC estimation that works for Ambit1. Adapted from the EPOC ESTIMATION program (9.12.2013) which included a code not supported by Ambit1.
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.
Calculates the power based on the speed.
This APP helps you keeping your average running speed. For example if target is 10 km/h, if your average speed is below this target a beep is emited. The check is done every 2 minutes (can be configured). Number of beeps is limited to 5 (can be configured) before reaching target. The APP displays the number of remaining beep.
Shows live grade of the hill in degrees [%] based on vertical speed and speed measurement.
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!
Shows how long you will have to run with your current avg speed till you reach the finish line.