getting started with stupid questions and a goal
I'm there too karma and Sargent.... What could possibly go wrong? You got Fink yet?
Got Fink planning to do intermediate plan started training to heart rate zones but having difficulty with Garmain reading my heartrate HRM and watch are both fine as work ok on Husband watch detects HRM but will not maintain reading I have ordered some connective gel to see if it helps really frustrating....what possibly go wrong huh
I'm using the base bit of Fink as a guide at the moment, seemed like that was the most recommended, and so far so good. No HRM yet though so doing it on percieved effort only, but just finished week 7 seems to be going OK....
OK. bought that too...
just about to hit the turbo for 40 mins l2. oh joy.
had a trawl around suits and doesnt appear to be a whale option so it will have to wait until spring when the their shape fits my body. - does rather make it another hurdle to punt outlaw signup at though.
talked myself out of a garmin910xt+trimmings, twice. must hold out until xmas and ive lost 40lbs...
legs are a bit sore after yesterdays 3mile run. still, onwards and upwards.
Put xx amount of money away per lb lost and then treat yourself to a Garmin ...
I actually quite enjoy an hour on the turbo so long as I can park myself infront of MTV
The puddles of sweat always make the pain seem so worthwhile and I always feel thinner afterwards
I'm not a fink fan
why not? Is there a reason, or did you just happen to follow something else that worked for you?
what plan did you use? or what approach?
thanks, I'll have a read...
I like the Beginner IM packages as well,Going Long is another good bookI think for my first I use BT but since then we have just followed a formula and I do as I am told (sometimes)
I think Fink's just get round plan works if you are fast. If you are as slow as me then I definitly agree with WW, its not enough.
not sure why I am reading all this stuff when I am not considering it until 2014. But I do enjoy reading them, and I think it helps to see how they build up.
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