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Running 0:24'18.6 Average heart rate 179 bpm, 5.00 km.
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Interval training session design with a number of repetitions (variable = REPETITION), a number of sets (variable = SET), a duration of work intervals (variable = RUNTIME), and recovery periods between work repetitions (variable =JOGTIME) and between sets (variable =RESTTIME). Adjust these variables to your needs or according to the training proposed in the book "Cardio: sport et la performance d'endurance" from the author: Guy Thibault. Press the "LAP" button to end the warm-up period and to begin the interval training. Press again the "LAP" button to stop the training before the end. Remaining number of sets and repetitions is displayed between each set. (Autolap must be off) Entrainement cardio par intervalles avec un nombre de répétitions (variable = REPETITION), un nombre de séries (variable = SET), une durée d’exercice (variable = RUNTIME), et des périodes de récupération entre les intervalles d’exercices (variable = JOGTIME) et entre les séries (variable = RESTTIME). Ajuster ...
Try out my new Baro/Pressure/Storm alarm. This App shows you the difference between initial (read at App start) and current baro pressure. The result is updated every second. If baro pressure decreases lower than -2 hPa, the watch beeps 5 times. For better view the result is shown without decimals and in Pa (not in hPa; 100 Pa = 1 hPa). In order to visually confirm you that the App is running and for your information the App is also showing in the result initial pressure, received at the start - main result (pressure difference is shown for 7 seconds and initial pressure for 3 seconds). The result is changing from pressure difference to initial pressure continuously. Actually, in order to make App running, you don't even need to start the exercise.
This app use the distances (horizontal and vertical) traveled for 20 seconds, to calculate the slope. If the distance is too less, the sloping is forced to 0, to prevent the aberations. This is an improvement of that app (see here for details about the formule): http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10003482-Inclination_in_
Adjusted Sunrise for Central Time and Nautic
Calculates your estimated finish time for a 21.1KM in real-time.
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Race or train against your virtual pacer. Always shows how much you are ahead or behind in time with respect to the goal-pace. Try to keep it at 0 for even splits. Collect some lead-time before that hill comming up, and verify that you did not fall back too much after. Out running we need clear feedback on how we are doing and motivation to reach our goals. I can't run and always look at current pace, and it's to abstract to figure out what the average pace-value 5:03min/km means that I really need to do after 7,7km distance. I find it is easiest to understand that I need to catch up on 22 lost seconds against the pacer. When I increase my speed, the feedback is instant as the pacer-difference begins to decrease. The pacer-difference also always has the same precision, where average pace loses precision over distance. In practice it works like an instant pace-band. Oh, my pacer is "Runner provided with the Apparatus intended to register his Different Paces" http://en.wikisource.org/...
Wan't to hit 4:00 marathon time? (5'41 min/km) Use this App to see in real time how you are doing compared to the target time. App shows the distance you are ahead/behind the target. If value is negative, you're running too slow. If value is positive you're going too fast. Try too keep it in zero!
Counts down from 30 seconds after pressing lap (improved version)
Compares the current lap with the previous. Shows the gap in second, are you ahead or behind at any given time of the current lap. Best accuracy on laps/routes with a good combination of ascent/descent/flat segments.
10K time calculates your estimated finish time for a 10K race
There are many ways to guide your exercise intensity. Controlling pace is one of them. And 10K time remaining is a great way to stay on top of your pace. The App shows how much time is left until 10K is reached. Set it in your running mode and use the remaining time shown to help you adjust speed and avoid fatigue.
Marathon time calculates your estimated finish time for a full marathon in real-time. This is a great tool when striving for a new personal goal. Include this App in your running mode and use it pace yourself to reach your goal.
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