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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #75 on: October 06, 2010, 08:04:45 am »

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Configure a personal training session, for example:

Set 10 min of running
Set 3 Min of walking
Set 10 min of running
Set 3 Min of walking
Set 10 min of running
Set 3 Min of walking
etc.

In details create a loop for x times (es. 4 or 5 ... times).

To make it perfect make the following parameters configurable:
1. Number of intervalls
2. select heartrate-zone for running and recovery
3. alternative for peselection of duration preselection of distance

An other idea is to implement such an intervall-training in the virtual trainer- function (like GH-505 has). Hereby the runningspeed is taken as parameter while the stress-phase instead of  heartrate-zone. The distance to the trainer should be shown on the display

Happy-coocking

Longjog

Hi Longjog,

The scenario seems little complicated, especially item2 and 3.
Can you please explain more detail?

Sincerely,

Geoffrey
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #76 on: October 06, 2010, 01:50:28 pm »



Hi Anders,

Thanks for information. I wanna some clarification:
Does treat the each sigment of training as individual lap? And is the time counting of each training the trigger point?


Regards,

Geoffrey  :D

I'm not sure if I understand your question correct so let me know if the answer is inadequate.

Does treat the each sigment of training as individual lap
-Yes, I did treat each segment of the training as individual lap.

And is the time counting of each training the trigger point?
- eehmm... I kept the time running from start to end...

BR
Anders
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #77 on: October 06, 2010, 01:57:45 pm »

Also, another suggestion:
-the possibility to see what you performed on last lap!
When doing intervaltraining as referred to above you vary fast running and slow jogging. I use separate laps for this and when I jog slowly I would like to have the possibility to see how I performed on my last lap (speed, pace, distance, heartrate...), when I was running. This is not possible now since it is only possible to see the present lap.

Best regards,
Anders
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #78 on: October 07, 2010, 01:34:55 am »

To make it perfect make the following parameters configurable:
1. Number of intervalls
2. select heartrate-zone for running and recovery
3. alternative for peselection of duration preselection of distance

An other idea is to implement such an intervall-training in the virtual trainer- function (like GH-505 has). Hereby the runningspeed is taken as parameter while the stress-phase instead of  heartrate-zone. The distance to the trainer should be shown on the display

Happy-coocking

Longjog

Hi Longjog,

The scenario seems little complicated, especially item2 and 3.
Can you please explain more detail?

Sincerely,

Geoffrey
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Hi Geoffrey,
for Nr. 2: Define walking (=recovery) and running with the HR-Zones which are defined in the options of the watch. If HR is getting out of selected range -> alarm
Example HR-Zone 1 HR 90 - 125, HR-Zone 2: HR 165-169, Running = HR-Zone 2, Recovery, HR-Zone 1
for Nr. 3.
Instead of selecting 10 minutes for running, define 2 km for running and instead of 3 min walking define 600 m.
The intervall-training with both points looks like this then:
Run 2 km with giving alarm when HR is out of range of HR-Zone 2. After reaching 2 km switch acoustic signal, take "lap"-time and switching to HR-zone1. Pop-Up Lap window with information of pace and HR max (or however Lap-window is difined by user). After 600 m acoustic signal and lap-time and pop-up again, switching back to HR-Zone 2. Again from the beginning and so on.
At the end the series should be saved in Activities with all the information we are used to, like Lap-time, Lap pace.

Regards

Longjog

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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #79 on: October 07, 2010, 02:06:42 am »

I miss last lap info also, for the same reasons...
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #80 on: October 14, 2010, 10:03:39 am »



Hi Anders,

Thanks for information. I wanna some clarification:
Does treat the each sigment of training as individual lap? And is the time counting of each training the trigger point?


Regards,

Geoffrey  :D

I'm not sure if I understand your question correct so let me know if the answer is inadequate.

Does treat the each sigment of training as individual lap
-Yes, I did treat each segment of the training as individual lap.

And is the time counting of each training the trigger point?
- eehmm... I kept the time running from start to end...

BR
Anders

Hi Ander,

I think you misunderstand my means.
For interval training, each segment has particular time and activity.
If the time is finished, system will go for next activity and saved as an individual lap.

Sincerely,

Geoffrey  :D
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #81 on: October 14, 2010, 10:11:16 am »

To make it perfect make the following parameters configurable:
1. Number of intervalls
2. select heartrate-zone for running and recovery
3. alternative for peselection of duration preselection of distance

An other idea is to implement such an intervall-training in the virtual trainer- function (like GH-505 has). Hereby the runningspeed is taken as parameter while the stress-phase instead of  heartrate-zone. The distance to the trainer should be shown on the display

Happy-coocking

Longjog

Hi Longjog,

The scenario seems little complicated, especially item2 and 3.
Can you please explain more detail?

Sincerely,

Geoffrey

Hi Geoffrey,
for Nr. 2: Define walking (=recovery) and running with the HR-Zones which are defined in the options of the watch. If HR is getting out of selected range -> alarm
Example HR-Zone 1 HR 90 - 125, HR-Zone 2: HR 165-169, Running = HR-Zone 2, Recovery, HR-Zone 1
for Nr. 3.
Instead of selecting 10 minutes for running, define 2 km for running and instead of 3 min walking define 600 m.
The intervall-training with both points looks like this then:
Run 2 km with giving alarm when HR is out of range of HR-Zone 2. After reaching 2 km switch acoustic signal, take "lap"-time and switching to HR-zone1. Pop-Up Lap window with information of pace and HR max (or however Lap-window is difined by user). After 600 m acoustic signal and lap-time and pop-up again, switching back to HR-Zone 2. Again from the beginning and so on.
At the end the series should be saved in Activities with all the information we are used to, like Lap-time, Lap pace.

Regards

Longjog
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Hi Longjog,

Totally understand, thanks. :D
So for interval training, people always setup the distance and HR zone, the timer could be ingored, right?
Or it is better for setting as: Time-HR, Dist-HR?
Does it need to insert [REST]?

Sincerely,

Geoffrey :D

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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #82 on: October 14, 2010, 02:02:21 pm »

I have been at training where time is used instead of distance, this is good if you are many people, all run for the same time and rest for the same time. If you do it on a 400 track or run in one direction and the 2:nd time back you can also keep the group together.

I think it is important is that the "Lap" button maked the current lap or rest period stop and the next activety to start. Maybe you want to rest to you feel ready then you jus specify a too long resttime and press "Lap" when you want to start again.
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #83 on: October 15, 2010, 10:32:36 am »

I have been at training where time is used instead of distance, this is good if you are many people, all run for the same time and rest for the same time. If you do it on a 400 track or run in one direction and the 2:nd time back you can also keep the group together.

I think it is important is that the "Lap" button maked the current lap or rest period stop and the next activety to start. Maybe you want to rest to you feel ready then you jus specify a too long resttime and press "Lap" when you want to start again.

Hi Zingo,

I think it is easy to get confused to pause or restart by Lap key. If just use to show information, it is ok.
I would suggest pause by [ESC] and restart by [ENTER] key. How do you think?

Regards,

Geoffrey
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #84 on: October 15, 2010, 01:06:40 pm »

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I think it is easy to get confused to pause or restart by Lap key. If just use to show information, it is ok.
I would suggest pause by [ESC] and restart by [ENTER] key. How do you think?

What do you mean by confused?

I think it should be the oposit with the key to use the same keys as in normal training e.g.

1. [ESC] should be used to "skip" the rest of the time slot and start the next "action" whatever it is.

Rationale: This is the same behavour and normal training, where [ECS] jumps to next LAP. (next lap, not restart lap)

Examples: If you are running and you are too tired you can make this "action/lap" shorter by pressing [ESC]. If you are in a resting phase and have 30sec more resting to do but feel ready you press [ESC] and start running.

2. [OK/ENTER] should be used to pause.

Rationale: This is what it is used for on normal running.

Example: You run passed an old friend, press [OK/ENTER] talk a bit then press [OK/ENTER] again when you continue.
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #85 on: October 17, 2010, 07:30:17 am »

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I think it is easy to get confused to pause or restart by Lap key. If just use to show information, it is ok.
I would suggest pause by [ESC] and restart by [ENTER] key. How do you think?

What do you mean by confused?

I think it should be the oposit with the key to use the same keys as in normal training e.g.

1. [ESC] should be used to "skip" the rest of the time slot and start the next "action" whatever it is.

Rationale: This is the same behavour and normal training, where [ECS] jumps to next LAP. (next lap, not restart lap)

Examples: If you are running and you are too tired you can make this "action/lap" shorter by pressing [ESC]. If you are in a resting phase and have 30sec more resting to do but feel ready you press [ESC] and start running.

2. [OK/ENTER] should be used to pause.

Rationale: This is what it is used for on normal running.

Example: You run passed an old friend, press [OK/ENTER] talk a bit then press [OK/ENTER] again when you continue.

Hi Zingo,

Sorry for my mistake. The scenario seems as same as GH-625. To press [ESC/LAP] to phase the next activity and [OK/ENTER] to stop or start activity.

Srincerely,

Geoffrey
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #86 on: October 17, 2010, 01:00:06 pm »

When I did the reply I was thinking you might have just mixed it up, nice to see that we agree :)
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #87 on: October 23, 2010, 12:43:06 am »

When I did the reply I was thinking you might have just mixed it up, nice to see that we agree :)

Hi Zingo,

Right now we are fully working on GH-625XT and cyclometer, we have made a big step ahead. :D
To implement interval training as next milestone.


Sincerely,

Geoffrey
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #88 on: October 23, 2010, 11:45:11 am »

Great, you will soon be feature compatible with Garmin i think this is the only piece missing that they have.
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Re: More features of GH-625 is coming soon!
« Reply #89 on: October 23, 2010, 11:51:22 am »

Great, you will soon be feature compatible with Garmin i think this is the only piece missing that they have.

Hi Zingo,

After done, I think Garmin has less function then us. :D

Regards,

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