Thanks, Bob!Bob S. wrote:Great report, TGF! It looks like it is working. Holding the pace under 2:20 for 12 minutes is a solid achievement. I am looking forward to your next report. Keep up the good work.
This morning I got really excited because I actually bested yesterdays row for an all time best for me, 2 days in a row:
I seemed to be firing on all cylinders this morning. Up until about the 10min mark I was pacing 3000m but I just ran out of fuel and fizzled out over the last 2 min. But it is still my best time ever and only a hair away from 2,700m. If I can break 2500 a third day this week I will move on to 15min sessions beginning monday.
As far as watts go, I looked at my computer and it seems like it makes me choose whether to track avg MPH or watts. I like watching my MPH while I row cause it gives me a good idea of my pace and i'll know if i'm able to pick it up. I found this on the concept 2 site:
http://www.concept2.com/indoor-rowers/t ... calculator
I punched in the numbers from this morning and it came up with 143.8. So i'm wondering 1) what the heck that means, and 2) if just using this calculator and tracking it daily is just as useful as having my computer do it for me?
Thanks for all the help!
Thanks, Wayne! I logged in some more meters this morning but we are still holding strong at 71. I don't think I have the power to move the ranking as often as you do. I'm still bringing up the rear in our group, but proud to say I broke 33,000m for the challenge with my row this morning!wphunter wrote:TGF, Naomi Watts, sounds good to me. Congrats on all your achievements in the last week. I am also keen on stats, any improvement is another carrot. And right now we are number 71!