I've always considered myself a sporty-guy - for years I've been roller-blading,skiing,snowboarding,cycling,yachting,hiking,ice-skating,etc.
But only when I started regular running(around Aug'13) I realized that my overall fit-shape was nowhere close to where I would like it to be.
In the first day I was even not able to run 2k in in one go!
Nowadays, I can easily run 15k.
Plan2014: learn xctry-skiing, run HalfMarathon(Target-2h,Dream-1:45h), 2015: run FullMarathon(T-4h,D-3:30h).
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Thanks for the weblink, the Cooper Test sounds much more accurate!
Hello, I notice that you are pretty experienced in the use of HR apps. I would like to make use of these tools also such as the Karvonen apps. I have begun by determined my resting HR but how should I determine my Max other than using the not so accurate 220-age formula? How did you determine your Max HR?
Hi UDOXX - the 220-age formula is indeed useless. My max is 205, and according to the formule should be 178 ;-) There are a couple of articles on the web on how to determine your MaxHR (e.g http://www.polar.com/en/training_with_polar/training_articles/maximize_performance/running/how_to_determine_your_maximum_heart_rate_for_running). My advice would be - take a Cooper Test (run your max for 12min) - your HR will jump close to highest. Make sure that you are in a good medical condition before!
I found a manual version of this app much more useful: http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10042128-Multi-Distance_5_10_12_15_HM_Marath
MACK_DA_MECHANIC tell me to write you about my question.
I would like to know if it is posible to make an aplication for ambit 1, that shows bearing from last lap and shortest distance to last lap?
Hi David, it should be possible, and I used to play with similar problems (see my apps for sailors). Yet, I got a bit disappointed with the gps variables - at the time I was playing with them they were not working according to Suunto's specification. I contacted their support and they promised to come back to me, but it has never happened until now. In the meantime I lost my interest. I cannot promise, but maybe I will look at it once again. One question: what kind of sport do you need it for?
Hi ppiioottrr. I will use it for mountaineering and orienteering. It would be very useful. As i have seen at app zone there are two different apps that do that, but the ambit 1 has not enought memory. The apps are: "Lap Direction" and "as a crow flies". Thanks a lot.
Hi guys. I don't need GPS enabled for this App or do I?
Not only "don't need" but it's better not to use it for two reasons:
1) lower battery consumption
2) your own safety - if you keep GPS on, then others might easily track your home location (or the location where you spent the night - which might be even worse ;-)
Running 0:48'04.3 Average heart rate 173 bpm, 10.13 km.Krakowski Bieg Swietlikow (lato 2014) - 10k - 47'22
Motorsports 10:04'35.5, 470.5 km.New Zealand - motorbike on Saturday - 470km.
Mountain biking 6:35'41.8 Average heart rate 125 bpm, 69.74 km.Saturday on bicycle in Auckland - 70km.
Running 0:27'53.8 Average heart rate 156 bpm, 5.03 km.My first running session in New Zealand
Motorsports 13:04'52.8, 11707 km.Flight from Dubai to Melbourne
Running 0:49'27 Average heart rate 189 bpm, 10.09 km.X Krakowski Bieg Sylwestrowy - Radosna Dziesiątka (The 10th Cracow's New Year's Eve Run - The Happy 10k). My net time: 00:48:57, my official gross time: 00:49:11. Place 439 (out of ~1750) and 86th in M40 category (men 40-50yo). Given the fact that I have a mild cold, and that I was thinking from 4th km till the end about switching to walking - the result is not that bad ;-)
Running 1:01'43.6 Average heart rate 171 bpm, 10.19 km.I Krakowski Bieg Swietlikow (The First Cracow's Run of Glow-Warms :-) My result: 48'21 on 9.84km. This gave me 177th place (within about 1000 participants) and 100th place in M2 category (Men 70-90kg). Everyone had to have some illumination - the crowd running along the Vistula river looked great! (on the full 10k I would have 48'59! while my target was to be below 50'00).
Snowboarding 4:39'32.9 Average heart rate 112 bpm, 51.19 km.Zieleniec, PL - rather small slope, but quite nice - esp. for the first runs in a season. I did 37 runs over 5h (incl 21min break for a beer).
Crosscountry skiing 3:52'37.3 Average heart rate 136 bpm, 18.50 km.Jakuszyce, PL - first ever x-country skiiing in my live!
Running 1:41'30.7 Average heart rate 165 bpm, 16.58 km.3 loops + a bit on the route of Krakowski Bieg Swietlikow (which is just 2 loops along Vistula River). Results: 1) 15k - 1:22'37.2 2) 10k - 54'32.2 3) Krakowski Bieg Swietlikow (9.5k) 51'44.5
No leader messages.
"It's always further than it looks. It's always taller than it looks. And it's always harder than it looks." - The 3 rules of mountaineering
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Ein sonniges Hallo an alle Mitglieder ! Nun sind wir schon über 100, toll. Ich wünsche Euch viel Spaß beim Training. Sportliche Grüsse aus dem Rhein-Main-Gebiet
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How is your running going?
Welcome! Let's share with the enjoyment of the cross-country skiing and the roller skiing each other.
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Z uwagi na charakter naszej grupy będę tutaj zamieszczał miesięczne podsumowania naszych osiągnięć w bieganiu (pierwszych 10 miejsc) Jako kryterium przyjmuję przebiegnięty dystans. Czerwiec 2014 1.miejsce DarekKondracki 597,9 km...SZACUN...2.miejsce-DarekCz 392,3 km...3.miejsce-SlawekKrupa 315,7 km...4.miejsce-lukaszmierniczek 304,0 km...5.miejsce-mkrol 302,6 km...6.miejsce-MikeWeidenbaum 288,6 km...7.miejsce-CICHY70 284,2 km...8.miejsce-OSKEE 257,86 km..9.miejsce-nukleuz 231,02 km...10.miejsce-SK896 223,6 km...
This is a group for those that are training for a half maraton. I am training for my first, so it would be nice to see others on here that are more experienced.
App for runners: expected finish time for 5k, 10k, 12k, 15k, half-marathon and marathon. You can switch between target distances with the Lap button. Extended version of http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10023952-Multi-Distance_Finish_TimePaceDuration.
Multi-distance (5k, 10k, Half-Marathon, Full-Marathon) multi-APP for runners showing: 1) ETA - Estimated Time 'of Arrival' given the current speed and the distance covered so far 2) PACE - your current pace 3) DUR - duration of your run up until now The above info is shown automatically in a loop - every 2 sec. You can also manually loop through target distances by pressing the lap button. By default the APP calculates ETA, PACE, DURATION for 5k, but if you press 'lap', then it switches to 10k mode. Then to Half-Marathon, then to the Full-Marathon and if you press the lap button again you are back in 5k mode (unless you have covered already more than 5k, then it switches to the lowest distance that makes sense). I hope this explanation does make sense :-) Intended usage: If you run regularly then you know that glancing at your watch is OK, but pressing buttons is probably not something you want to do. I put this APP in the center of my screen (then the numbers are big), leaving the ...
Marathon multi APP showing: 1) ETA - Estimated Time 'of Arrival' given the current speed and the distance covered so far 2) PACE - your current pace 3) DUR - duration of your run up until now Intended usage: If you run regularly then you know that glancing at your watch is OK, but pressing buttons is probably not something you want to do. I put this APP in the center of my screen (then the numbers are big), leaving the top part for 'speed' and the bottom for 'distance'. With this setting I have everything I need in just one view. The APP loops through ETA, PACE, DURATION every 2 seconds. You know you can add other 'important' things to the bottom part of the view (apart from 'distance', I have there e.g. the time of the day - once in a while I found it good to have). Enjoy!
Half Marathon multi APP showing: 1) ETA - Estimated Time 'of Arrival' given the current speed and the distance covered so far 2) PACE - your current pace 3) DUR - duration of your run up until now Intended usage: If you run regularly then you know that glancing at your watch is OK, but pressing buttons is probably not something you want to do. I put this APP in the center of my screen (then the numbers are big), leaving the top part for 'speed' and the bottom for 'distance'. With this setting I have everything I need in just one view. The APP loops through ETA, PACE, DURATION every 2 seconds. You know you can add other 'important' things to the bottom part of the view (apart from 'distance', I have there e.g. the time of the day - once in a while I found it good to have). Enjoy!
Max Speed, Elevation Difference, Incline Percentage and MORE! Excellent for: Hiking, Biking, Crosscountry Skiing, Orienteering and any other sport where up/down movements are involved and you want to know answers to all the questions like: how fast? how steep? how high? how exhausting? This APP is a simplified MANUAL version of http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10018294-Hiking_Biking_xCountry_Skiing_Analyzer . Yet, sometimes 'less' actually means 'more' :-). In this version it is you who decides when a given lap starts/ends. In the AUTOMATIC version, there was an assumption that if you do not move for more than 20sec then you've just finished a lap. I guess esp. in case of hiking you might prefer to have a manual control - so you have it - in this APP. The rest of the functionality remains the same, i.e. for each lap it shows: 1) mxS - max speed for the current lap 2) avS - average speed for the current lap 3) DST - distance from the beginning of this lap 4) ELV - max elevation diff...
Finish time estimatior for 10k runs. It gives two estimates - one based on your current speed (10k) and the other based on the average speed over the last 10 sec. (10K). The 2nd estimator activates only after you cover the first 100m. In the very initial period before your average speed overt th10sec raises over 0, only duration is shown. The estimatest are calculated for each lap seperately. Intended usage of the app: 1) No autolaps 2) Do as many warmup laps as you want (I do just one 1-2km) 3) Right before the actual 10k, press the lap button and off you go! 4) When you look at your watch after you've covered at least 100m the app will be showing you the 2 estimates - if your pace is steady there won't be any difference.
Max Speed, Elevation Difference, Incline Percentage and MORE! Excellent for: Hiking, Biking, Crosscountry Skiing, Orienteering and any other sport where up/down movements are involved and you want to know answers to all the questions like: how fast? how steep? how high? how exhausting? The beauty of this app is that you don't need to press any button - the app recognizes your 'laps' by identification of your rest periods (i.e. 20sec or longer periods that you don't move) - as soon as you start moving, the APP starts monitoring your: 1) mxS - max speed from the last rest 2) avS - average speed from the last rest 3) DST - distance from the last rest 4) ELV - max elevation from the last rest (i.e. difference between the max altitiude and min altitiude that you coressed recently - positive if you climb and negative if go/run/ski down) 5) INC - incline percentage, e.g. 10% means 10m up on a 100m distance (-10% - same but down) 6) mHR - max HR from the last rest As I said - your rest peri...
This APP is an imperial version of: http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10018140-Downhills_Counter_max_Speed_Distance. Enjoy! Automatically counts the number of snowboard/ski downhill runs plus additional instant analysis! Without pressing any button you will see: 1) RUN - the number of downhill runs (downhills are automatically detected!) 2) mxS - max speed for the current downhill (visible if you descent by more than 15m (45ft), and then on a chair-lift before you ascent by 15m (45ft)- for the rest of the time it's chair-lift speed - also good to know! ;-) 3) avS - average speed for the current run (positive values are for downhill and negative for chair-lift) 4) ELV - that's elevation in feet, e.g. the difference between the top of the hill and the current altitude (while going downhill) and for chair-lift it answers the question: how many meters did we 'climb-up' already 5) DST - another magic - while going down it shows you the distance covered in the current run, and when you ar...
Automatically counts the number of snowboard/ski downhill runs plus additional instant analysis! Without pressing any button you will see: 1) RUN - the number of downhill runs (downhills are automatically detected!) 2) mxS - max speed for the current downhill (visible if you descent by more than 15m, and then on a chair-lift before you ascent by 15m - for the rest of the time it's chair-lift speed - also good to know! ;-) 3) avS - average speed for the current run (positive values are for downhill and negative for chair-lift) 4) ELV - that's elevation in meters, e.g. the difference between the top of the hill and the current altitude (while going downhill) and for chair-lift it answers the question: how many meters did we 'climb-up' already 5) DST - another magic - while going down it shows you the distance covered in the current run, and when you are already on a chair-lift (and ascent by more than 15m) then you will see the cumulative downhill distance! (i.e. the total distance yo...
For preparation and participation in Krakowski Bieg Swietlikow (9.5km) 21 DEC 2013 It gives you instant estimation of your finish time in KBS and additionally for 10k. The app helps in mainitaining a steady pace during the run in KBS.
Two different forecasts combined in one APP: (1) a simple current-speed-based estimator; (2) a more complex based on Riegel's formula, that takes into account a tiredness-factor. This APP does work on Ambit1 as well! Riegel's formula: T2=T1*(D2/D1)^1.06 cannot be entered directly to Ambit1 because of lack of pow() function. Therefore I applied a polynomial regression - the resulting formula is very precise (the error in approximation of the original Riegel formula is below 0.5%, meaning: just a couple seconds off, while there are some other apps, where the error is almost 5% that corresponds to 3-10 minute errors in estimation of the Marathon Finish Time!). Every 3 sec the app switches between the Estimates of Marathon Finish Time based on: (1) the distance covered so far and the current speed; and (2) the Riegel's formula (check e.g. http://www.runningfreeonline.com/About_Us/Blog/EntryId/14/Predictions). Instead of wondering which estimate is better for you - have them both and run!
Gives you "Real Lap Distance" and "Lap Direction" (togling in 3 sec intervals) from place where you last pressed the lap button. Perfect for Ambit 1 users where apps are limited to one per sportsmode. Warning no. 1 : There is no correction for magnetic declination in the code. Warning no. 2 : Direction values very close to Lap are not trustworthy. More distance to the lap - more accurate. Coding credits to ARPA.
15km time forecast calculates your estimated finish time for a 15km race in real-time.This a great tool to control and change pace to achieve personal finishtime goals.
Simply shows you direction (0-360degs) from the place where you last pressed the lap button. Use it with app "Real Lap Distance" to determine more accurate your position on the map. Warning no. 1: There is no correction for magnetic declination in the code. Warning no. 2: Direction values very close to Lap are not trustworthy. More distance to the lap - more accurate. Coding credits to ARPA.
Useful when taking Cooper Test - without touching anything you will see: (1) time left in seconds (it goes from 720 s downto 0), (2) HR in bpm - useful to control the level of the effort, (3) estimation of the result in meters - it is calculated based on the distance so far and the "current" speed (actually I took the average over last 4 sec to limit random effects (like slowing down when watching at the device, or some random peaks). I find pressing buttons quite disturbing and always prefer to have a couple of info in one view. I put this app at the bottom of the screen, leaving the middle for the current speed and the top for the distance so far. Enjoy the app! (and any suggestions or comments are welcome!)
Time estimator for Marathon, Half-Marathon, 10k and 5k. This single APP shows you 4 estimations - every 3 second the screen switches between Full Marathon, Half-Marathon, 10k and 5k time estimates. It is based on the distance you covered so far (and time of course) plus the current speed (actually it is the average speed over the last 10 seconds - to exclude some random effects, like wrong read-out, or short-term slow-down or speed-up). And in case you covered already some milestones, then only valid estimates will be shown (e.g. if you are at your 12th kilometer, then only estimates for half-marathon and full-marathon will be shown). In the first few secs (before the average speed over the last 10 secs rises enough) the app will show only the current duration. The app does not take into account the 'tiredness-factor', i.e. it assumes you will manage to run at the current speed till the end of your planned distance. I plan to develop a variant of this app that would take into accoun...
This is a variation of http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10011503-4in1_Cardiac_Drift_HR_maxHR_maxSPD made for interval trainings. Here is how it works - you switch with the help of Lap button between "Training" and "Rest" modes - the apps shows you every 3 secs: [*A*] In the TRAINING MODE: (1) TRN - duration in minutes (e.g. "TRN 0.5 min" means 30 seconds), (2) mxS - maximum speed in km/h (e.g. "mxS 5.4 kmh"), (3) mxH - maximum HR in beats per minute (e.g. "mxH 181.0 bpm"), (4) HR% - HR percentage according to Karvonen method (restHR=0%, maxHR=100%), e.g. "HR 67.3 %" (5) drf - Cardiac Drift in % that compares your performance between the current training mode and the previous (training - not resting) mode, e.g. "drf 5.6 %" means that you've worsen by 5.6% (e.g. to keep the same speed you needed to increase your HR by 5.6%) NOTE - it is NOT shown in the 1st Lap (only in 3rd, 5th, 7th, and so onn). [*B*] in the REST MODE: (1) RST - duration in minutes (e.g. "RST 1.5 min" means 90secon...
Universal speedometer - this APP gives you speed in km/h, mph, nmi, m/s. Every 2 seconds it displays your speed in those units (kilometers per hour, miles per hour, nautical miles, meters per second). It is a universal speed unit converter.
PLS DO NOT INSTALL YET Sailors! Here is a magic APP for you! Actually - 5 APPs in 1! This app gives you 5 different info every 2 sec: 1) SPD - Speed in knots (e.g. "SPD 12.3 knt") 2) DST - Distance sailed so far in nautical miles (e.g. "DST 24.2 knt"). This distance measures the lenght of your track - incl. "zig-zags") 3) TGT - Distance (straight-line) to your target - also in nmi (e.g. "TGT 11.4 nmi"). You have to set a waypoint for it to make sense. 4) ETA (i.e Estimated Time to Arrival) - or in other words: how long will it get you to reach destination if you keep heading towards the target in the way you did over the last minute (e.g "ETA 5.7 hrs"). It is being updated aprx. once a minute - very helpful if you sail against the wind and therefore not heading straightly to your target (a very useful info to answer questions of wives and other impatient passangers: "Are we ther yet?!" - actualy I was thinking about dividing the value by half :-) 5) S2T - Speed-To-Target - it tells ...
Check how well you sleep! And identifiy your rest HR! How to identify your rest HR? Well, with this APP it is easy - have a sleep with your belt and in the morning you will have all the data in your Ambit - just transfer it to Movescount and check your charts. Just before a sleep or right after you will see on your Ambit the approximation of your RestHR so far - and you don't have to sleep with the watch - just place it close to your bed. 1) Save this APP 2) Add it to one of your sport modes 3) Enable logging of data - you will be able to see a chart for SLEEP MONITOR - REST HR IDENTIFICATION 4) I configured just two screens for "SleepWell" sport mode: the first with: HR Rate, this APP, and Calories; the second screen with a graph for HR Rate 5) After a sleep it is fun to analyze your HR graphs and "restHR" graph - you can easily identify your rest rate and adjust it manualy in your Ambit (it is not like with SUUNTO_USER_MAX_HR, which is being adjusted automaticaly!) Enjoy!
4 APPs in just one! (even for Ambit1): 1) Cardiac Drift (check the great app by The_Ghost) 2) Your current HR% according to Karvonen 3) Max speed during the current lap 4) Max HR during the current lap You know that there is a limitation on having just one APP per mode in Ambit1. Well - I've just overcome this problem. This app displays four interesting things every 2nd secs (actually in the first Lap Cardiac Drift does not make any sense - so it is ommited - you won't see any error or dashes). I find it kind of boring to have just one custom APP, so I found a way how to combine different things into one. If you like this APP - pls, leave some comment. If you have any suggestion - the same. Enjoy!
I took the app by The_Gost with the same name (actually the fixed version with "(positive)" in the name) and reworked it slightly, so that: 1) in Lap 1 you won't see anymore the annoying "App Error", but something useful - for me it is HR% 2) as soon as you switch to Lap2 (or higher) the computation for cardiac drift does make sense and I improved an efficiency of the app by limiting the number of math calculations to the minimum compared with The_Ghost's version. Enjoy!
Every 2 seconds this app will automaticaly switch between Karvonen HR zone and it's percentage equivalent (2 in 1).
This app shows you the actual incline percentage based on the vertical and horizontal average speeds in the last 3 seconds. This app works for both uphills and downhills (you can distinguish them by +/- values) - unlike other apps that I've seen here. It is an alternative to some other app that I made, which does the calculation based on distances. In both cases I am looking at the 3s "history" in order to limit some random effects. Enjoy!
There's been a lot of debate here how to calculate the real-time incline percentage. The easiest is presented below. Vertical speed is given in meters/minute. The regular speed in km/h - to convert the regular to m/min, you have to notice that 1km/h = 1000m/60min = 100/6 m/min. Those who completed the 2nd class of primary school should see now where the "6" comes from in the formula. Enjoy!
Assuming that 65% HR is the optimal point for burning fat (if you want to change this level - just change the "65" in the formula), the app shows you weather you are above or below (indicated with minus sign). So you need to either slow down (no minus) or speed up (if you see minus). This app calculates HR% in a correct way. There are other apps that do it incorrectly. Remember 0% intesity means that you are at your HR RESTING level, NOT that your heart does not beat at all. Bearing this in mind you can assess my formula versus other formulas (note - there are other approaches to zone calculation as well). Enjoy!
HR percentage - seems to be a simple thing, but there is a lot of confusion here. There are various ways how to calculate it (check this: http://www.digifit.com/heartratezones/training-zones.asp?MaxHR=199&Age=41&RHR=60) In general, there are 2 categories of approaches: the first one thakes into consideration only your maxHR, and the second both: maxHR and restHR. In the first case your restHR will be around 30%, and you will reach 0% when you are dead. According to the 2nd approach 0% means 0%-intensity exercise, i.e. a complete resting situation - then you should have your restHR. As soon as you start doing anything the intensity goes up. Let's assume that your restHR=60 and your maxHR=200. According to the first "school" HR 50% refers to 100bpm, while the second "school" would say 50%*(200-60)+60 = 130bpm. And 65% means 130bpm according to the 1st approach and 151bpm. If you like the 2nd school - use this app. Enjoy!
Inspired by Aleksandra Mikołajczak and Miriam Plana, this App will help you fuel your body the right way after your exercise by showing you how many grams of fat, protein and carbs you should eat. The App is all about energy consumption.
There is a different App for Females: http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10007734-ROCKPORT_FITNESS_TEST_FOR_FEMALE_II This is version 2.0. Calculation of the Vo2Max has not been changed, but this version is easier to use, because of the following enhancements: 1. app shows you the distance left to reach the test result. 2. Vo2Max value does not change after the test result is ready, so you still see the correct result if you miss the result ready sound. Walk one mile (1609 meter) as fast as you can. Use 400m track OR treadmill OR find a flat route and measure distance using integrated GPS or calibrated Foot POD. During the walk app shows you the distance left in meters. 1 mater is 1.09 yard, so in practice the distance to go is calmest the same in yards also. After 1 mile this App shows your fitness level as Vo2 Max. Note: Use 1 sec GPS fix-rate for best results.
Displays the shortest distance to the lap origin - via the route a bird would fly.
This simple application is showing Your "Velocity Made Good" (VMG) towards Your next WayPoint during Sailing Move. Since Your speed over ground "SUUNTO_SPEED" equals VMG only if You are heading directly towards Your next WayPoint, I have used 6 secs intervals to measure the "SUUNTO_DISTANCE_TO_NEXT _TARGET" to calculate the real VMG. Application display is alternating between Distance to next WayPoint(nm) and VMG(kn) every 3 seconds. Simple rule of thumb, if Your VMG is less that 50% of Your current sailing speed (http://www.movescount.com/apps/app42-Show_the_speed_as_knots) You should at least consider tacking Your boat. NOTE: For this application to work You need to set Your next WayPoint by pressing and holding "NEXT" button during Your Move. Comments and Improvement ideas are welcomed.
Shows GPS altitude in meters. Especially useful for Ambit1 users, who do not have embedded FusedAlti function.
Cat Hunt -pelissä on tarkoitus metsästää kissoja. Peli käyttää hyväkseen gps-paikannusta ja Internet-pohjaista ranking-listaa. Pelialue on 500x500 metriä, joka luodaan käynnistämisen yhteydessä ympärillesi. Pelissä pelaaja näkee etäisyyden kissaan, mutta ole tarkkana sillä kissa juoksee noin metrin sekunnissa. Aina kissan kiinni saatuaan pelaaja voi syöttää pelin antaman koodin sivustolle, ja näin pelaaja saa lisää tietoja suorituksestaan, uusia kissa-suoritusmerkintöjä sekä pääsee ranking-listalle. ----- This game is about hunting cats. The game area is 500 m * 500 m. from that area you have to find a cat which running away (about 1 meter per second). You only have information about distance. When you found it the next cat appears. The game gives you code and you can insert it to web page. The web page shows you what kind of cats you caught! ---- http://184.108.40.206:8443/kissi/
Shows the time of next sunset or sunrise, whichever is predicted to come first.
Displays your HR Zone 1-5. Function based on RHR(variable) and MHR(variable) and scaled to your HRR (0-100%. The starting zone is 50% and the zone increments are 10%. Zone 1 = 50% Zone 2 = 60% Zone 3 = 70% Zone 4 = 80% Zone 5 = 90%
How many calories will I burn if I keep the current exercise pace? Well, this app gives you the answer. Basically it is the average speed of you energy consumption.
So, you want to lose weight? Here you go: in order to loose 1 pound in one week you need to make sure that you keep a daily deficit of calories at about 500 calories (see the link to the website, where it is explained). Based on this you can figure out, that to loose 1gramm you need to burn about 7.7161 calories (kg - lbs conversion is provided by Suunto below the App library). Provided that you eat no more than needed, this app shows you how much weight you've just lost so far thanks to your exercises. Enjoy!
Target Audience: Audults +18y old (or more - depending on legislation in your country) OK - you had a couple of beers last night and feeling guilty now because your training program falls apart now due to excess intake of calories? Well - here you are: do some extra exercises to get rid of extra calories from last night. For your convenience - calories are shown in equivalent of energy contained in a single glass/bottle of 500ml Pilsner Urquell (e.g. 1.5 means that you have already burnt #calories contained in one and half bottle of the yellow, yummy, foamy and tasty liquid! Start now! PS And feel free to adjust the 205kcal to the level of your favorite beer or drink ;-)
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
Time prediction based on current speed or pace
Run against yourself
Keep track of your intensity level by knowing the difference in your average heart rate from one lap to the next. Set this App in one of your custom sports modes and use autolap to get regular checkpoint comparisons. For example, use autolap for hard and easy intervals and aim for -10% and +10% for each alternating lap.
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