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fabienmeyer

Male, 44 years, Chamonix, France
Climbing, Cycling, Free diving… (+8 more)

Ce qui me motive en sport, c'est de me sentir bien dans mon corps. Ce qui m'inspire, c'est la passion de mon métier. Ce qui me pousse, c'est de partager...
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  • 8 Moves

    18:20 h

    11.29 km

    6342 kcal

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    • Ski touring 2:57'59.1 Average heart rate 137 bpm, 15.68 km

      Aux 2/3 nous décidons de skier le couloir. la météo se ferme et l neige s'humidifie en surface (effet de serre) Les conditions sont corrects, la neige est un peu lourde. Stéph, oliv, Ben et Fab ont passé une belle matinée de ski. Cette pente n'a pas été en condition de l'année et à notre facon, nous avons fêter la fermeture des grands montets. De la serenité du bassin d'argentiere a la plateforme suranimée de Lognan, quel choc... Stéph, oliv, Ben et Fab ont passé une belle matinée de ski. Cette pente n'a pas été en condition de l'année et à notre facon, nous avons fêter la fermeture des grands montets. De la serenité du bassin d'argentiere a la plateforme suranimée de Lognan, quel choc...

      8.5.2012
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    • 10 Apps

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      Accurate Grade

      Environmental. SiRoB1

      Calculate percentage of slope. This app differ from other by its ability to be time independent. This means where some apps go crazy because we stop moving or speed is too low, this app is still working accurately and keeps showing the current grade useful to keep a coherent graph. To get an accurate grade, we need to synchronize distance and altitude, otherwise we would have inconsistent values. As distance and altitude have not the same sample rate. Altitude has also a delay.

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      V Speed for Fab

      Trail running, Performance. Anonymous

      This app measure the vertical speed in meters per hour, based on elevation (average over 15 secs) made during 1'30'' interval The refresh of the display is done every 10 seconds. Negative elevation speed are set to Zero to increase the accuracy of the graph while reviewing the data on Movescount Have Fun !

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      Vspd (120s)

      Training. SiRoB1

      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.

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      Vspd (60s)

      Training. SiRoB1

      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.

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      Vertical Speed 30s AVG Mod5

      Trail running, Estimate. Rem451

      Compute Average Vertical Speed in m/h based on Elevation gain / 30s duration . Avg Elevation Gain is measured every Second based on Difference between Altitude AVG(30) of t0 to t-30s . display refresh every 5s Calcule la vitesse verticale sur la base du gain d'altitude obtenus sur les 30 dernières secondes. Le Gain d'altitude est estimé par différence d'altitude MOY (30) entre t0 et t-30 Affichage rafraichi toutes les 5s. 7 variables to declare.

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      Avg Vertical Speed 30s

      Trail running, Estimate. Rem451

      Compute Average Vertical Speed in m/h based on Elevation gain / 30s duration . Avg Elevation Gain is measured every Second based on Difference between avg Altitude of t0 to t-30s Calcule la vitesse verticale sur la base du gain d'altitude obtenus sur les 30 dernières secondes. Le Gain d'altitude est estimé par différence entre la moyenne d'altitude de t0 a t-30

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      Storm Alarm

      Environmental. Movescount

      Gives a storm alarm when sea level air pressure drops fast enough. The gradient limit is 4hPa per 3 hours.

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      Vertical Speed in m/h

      Mountaineering, Tools for daily use. fabienmeyer

      show VS en m/h

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      Instant inclination percentage

      Mountaineering, Training. fabienmeyer

      Show the instant inclination of the curent slope you are runing, skining, cycling in percentage : 10% means 10 m climbing vertical for 100 m walking flat. Développement limité d'ordre 1 car le second terme est négligeable face aux incertitudes et fluctuations. précis pour des valeurs comprises entre 0 et 60%

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      Oxygen level (%)

      Mountaineering, Guidance. radku

      Oxygen level at the given altitude as percentage of maximum at the see level. Formula: (1+H+(H^2)/2+(H^3)/6+(H^4)/24)*100, with H = -ALTITUDE/7990

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