I look for the challenge that interval training such as stair climbing brings, where periods of maximum heart rate and intensity are followed by attempts to lower heart rate - and repeated.
other favourites include: Les Mills Pump, running, spearfishing, surfing, cycling, beach/sand running
It doesn't get easier, you just go faster... (right?)www.stairclimbing.com.au
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Climbing 1:04'58 Average heart rate 182 bpm, 3.92 km
Climbing 0:07'19.2 Average heart rate 177 bpm, 0.02 km
Rotary Climb for a Smile
Tower Run up Bankwest Tower in Perth
50 floors ~1000 steps
Running 0:46'31.4 Average heart rate 181 bpm, 12.17 km
Running 0:46'13 Average heart rate 177 bpm, 12.00 km
Climbing 0:08'20 Average heart rate 181 bpm
Tower Climb - Step Up for MS (Central Park Tower), 52 floors, 1103 stairs. Official time 8min:20sec 14th overall
Running 0:39'04.8 Average heart rate 181 bpm, 10.00 km
Suncorp Freo fun run 10km
Running 0:49'21 Average heart rate 180 bpm, 12.00 km
Chevron City to Surf for Active - Perth CBD to City Beach. Start was crowded with slow people (as usual...) but got some clearance after a few km. Nice day for a run.
Climbing 0:08'19.4 Average heart rate 181 bpm
Step Up for MS stair climb - Central Park Tower Perth CBD. 52 floors, 1096 stairs. Came 9th overall.
Climbing 1:57'24.8 Average heart rate 150 bpm
ride from work to Jacobs Ladder, 11 up (10 in 30min) followed by 5 up 3-step with push ups in between (5x40) then ride home... ouch
Have you checked out the new Suunto Ambit3 family of products? Amazing!
I hope everyone is enjoying their training. It's cold in Australia but that means fewer people on the stairs to slow us down! (right?)
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Summer is on its way... Let's move move move!