Keeping time, HRM, etc.

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Marlboro Man
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by Marlboro Man

On the advice of Frankie B.............


What do people use for a decent computer and HRM nowadays. I use an old Rolex for basic time keeping but am thinking it would be nice if I could see more trends in my training.

Advice please!!

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by Frankie - B

Thanx!

I use a Polar hrm and a Specialized speedometer.
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by Bruiser

I have used the Polar M56 and S150.

After you get used to your HR it's easy to predict.
I use it more for my Max so I can monitor my performance. The lower my max the better my fitness
I record the average so I can push for a higher Ave in the following ride.

We should create a thread on HRM training.

Brian

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