How quickly does time pass while SkiErging?

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Re: How quickly does time pass while SkiErging?

Post by Cyclist2 » October 25th, 2017, 11:19 pm

Mitch R. wrote: I now use the longer Spinnervals workout cycling DVDs
I've been doing this on the rowing erg for several years. I have a variety of cycling DVD's from just riding to pretty intense intervals. I usually go about an hour.

I've suggested to one cycling DVD company (epicplanet.tv) that they could do the same thing with rowing, but I guess it's too much of a niche market. Are there any skiing specific DVDs you can ski to?
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Re: How quickly does time pass while SkiErging?

Post by MrHollick » November 27th, 2017, 1:50 am

Ombrax wrote:How quickly (slowly?) does the time pass on the SkiErg compared to the rower, for say, a 15 minute piece
In my experience, it takes 15 minutes to do a 15-minute piece on either the rower or the skierg. That being said, if you do not maintain the same splits on each machine you will cover different distances in 15 minutes.
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Re: How quickly does time pass while SkiErging?

Post by Ombrax » November 28th, 2017, 3:34 am

MrHollick wrote:In my experience, it takes 15 minutes to do a 15-minute piece on either the rower or the skierg. That being said, if you do not maintain the same splits on each machine you will cover different distances in 15 minutes.
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