Well. I have actually started to turn it around and can now say that I exercise regularly, which was the goal I started out with. Next major goal is to step it up a bit and get to 3-4 times a week instead of 2-3.
My main goal is getting more fit, so I can ski more. I do this mainly by running and the weekly floorball game with my friends. I am also getting acquainted with the TRX equipment and am quite curious regarding the crossfit movement.
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Really irritating, my Achilles tendon started to give me problems sometimes after summer and after trying to ignore it for some time I finally checked it out and it is not good. No surgery needed, but lots of physiotherapy needed. No running or stressing the foot. Anyway, indoor rowing was recommended and I found it weirdly satisfying.
Something good came out of it I guess...
osklei, you can join the World and one of its teams.
Yesterday I had a sartup meeting with my running coaches. We are aiming for long term goals and the rest of this year will be to establish a better exercise pattern with more emphasis on frequency than distance.
I have also been forbidden to ride my bike to work (I am ordered to walk) and not to run on asphalt.
Besides the weekly floorball, thre run/walks a week.
I am actually excited!
No Göteborgsvarvet for me. The whole spring has been one long Cold with practically no running whatsoever.
I have though, signed up for the casual 5k Blodomloppet, and plans to make a new PB on this years Midnattsloppet in August!
well, it is time to get started again. To motivate myself I have signed up for Göteborgsvarvet, http://www.goteborgsvarvet.com/, a Half Marathon in Gothenburg, Sweden.
20 weeks of training ahead!
Running 1:09'10.8 Average heart rate 160 bpm, 10.34 km.My first 10k race, Midnattsloppet.
All goals accomplished:
* Finished the race
* Under 70 mins
* Moving up a start group
I feel really great about this actually, and are seriously considering entering another race in the not so far future.
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Summer is in full swing! Where is your favorite outdoors spot to train using your TRX?
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VO2 Max = (d + 30*t) / 5t en ml/min.kg où d = distance en mètres et t = durée en minutes
------------------------ The Karvonen formula is the gold standard for training zones. It is based on your Reserve Heart Rate, the difference between your maximum HR and your Rest HR, rather than only the max heart rate. 50% to 60%: Recovery and weight loss zone. 60% to 70%: The heart starts to benefit from the exercise. Slow and long distance exercise. Fat is the primary fuel and therefore good zone for weight loss. 70% to 80%: Aerobic zone - This is the optimal zone to workout in to increase your cardio-respitory capacity or the bodies ability to transport oxygenated blood to the muscle cells and carbon dioxide away from the cells. 80% to 90%: Cross over from aerobic training to anaerobic. Training in this zone will improve performance and dealing with Lactic acid. Training in this zone is felt as hard. 90% to 100%: Red Line Zone - You will only be able to train in this zone for short periods of time. You should not train at this level unless you are very fit. In this zone lactic ...
After a day out on the slopes, ever wonder how many runs you did? This App will tell you. Set it in one of your custom sport modes and just press lap after the first run of your timed session. Remember NOT to create any other laps!
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