Traden4Alpha wrote:tagoma wrote:Traden4Alpha wrote:Which one are you using?
(I assume you are talking about the watch, but not which colleague)
The watch is the Forerunner235 model.
Nice! Monitoring exercise both during and after can be quite useful both for refining technique (i've learned how to go up and down hills without much variation in heartrate) and tracking progress.
I have never time myself or whatever before. Wearing that watch makes a difference. It is mercyless with its beep and time/km on the last km every single km!! BTW, I have learnt quite a lot during my 1st training run with it yesterday (24.5km, 1st half uphill to the nearest ski resort, 2nd half same way back home, total elevation gain 320m, no warm-up), e.g. I have realized that any ascending elevation loses you a lot of time, and that elevation is asymetrical in the sense that climbing up loses you way more time that seconds gained when it goes down.