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
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Always good run Jacob's Ladder, prima ;-)
Good to see your back Ben, sometime awol is good, when I get fit and drop some weight early next year might try a few stair runs, cheers Craig !!
Hey Killa, hi after a looong time:) Are you still doing LM bodypump? I became a LM BP instructor in meanwhile:) It happend just out of a blue :) Neve did BP clasess before. I like it very much.
Yes, it's all good! You run up stairs and maybe we will see to meet us in the world :-)))
How's it been Down Under? I see you've been enjoying rather impressive outdoor sports lately? Props for that.
Hey Linda, thanks for the message - sorry I haven't replied earlier! I have had to have lots of recovery from knee injury but slowly getting back into things. Cold down here at the moment but that is better for runners! Hope you're enjoying your training.
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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