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Old 01-22-07, 11:03 AM   #1
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I like my Coach

That's the Coach program in my new heart rate monitor (HRM).
My last trainer workout was 25 minutes at level 2.5. Today it
suggested 26 minutes at 2.8.

I did 26 minutes at 2.6

For the last 5 years I have been making mostly glacial progress. As long
as I am getting better, the rate at which it is happening doesn't matter.

Before it was hit or miss; one winter I just worked up a sweat using the trainer at a steady pace, and just about died on the first hill I went up.
This year I got that thing telling me exactly how I'm doing. I have used several training programs; this is easily the best.

I know a few of you want to crank it up a notch. You could do worse.

I got mine from these guys, they are developing a computer program to work with it.
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