Hi folks, Pretty new to this so any recommendations regarding protocol etc are appreciated.I've been running for 2-3 years now, pretty much following the 8 week cycle for 10ks by sean fishpoole, 5 days a week, but recently have had to cut this back as I feel it has been to intens...
Hi all the volume on my ipod is not as loud as i was before would this simply be faulty earplugs or is it something else thats faulty ipod is just over a year old. wudn't thing it was the ipod - more likey the head phones. Prob full off sweat
does anyone know if there is a way to increase the volume on a garmin 405? thanks Not unless you physically cut open the watch and stick in a new speaker! I dont have any problems hearing mine unless I am running next to a busy road, are you sure
Mainly due to injury my training for IMA has been pretty poor. However, I am now in a position where my knee can tolerate an increase in training volume.With IMA 8 weeks today my plan is to gradually increase long bike from around 3 hours
??..................Goals:Sub 37min 10kMy Blog Hi Kicked-it. No volume control. Garmin advice when I queried on their web site was to check / clean the speaker area. (that didn't work for me). I've had the watch for a couple of years now. Everything else works ok.Thanks guys - I
Can anyone enlighten me as to the most recent thinking on Intensity Vs Volume. I gather that some recent work/research favours intensity over volume advocating cutting base training and concentrating on higher intensity faster training for improved
...that's what I thought. I reasoned that if you have a higher blood volume when pregnant than when not it must apply to bigger/fatter/heavier people too. Only thing is, I was arguing online with someone who doesn't know the alias I was using so now can't mention
the volume a bit more than I am now though. im on that border line too so the are saying if you can do sub 1:10 for 3.8k that you might as well concentrate on volume.. so a similar principle as running and biking, the more you do, the greater your economy
HelloWe had a big fire at home recently and although I managed to rescue my old i-bead 100 and its USB cable, all the software\documentation has gone. It seems to work OK with the exception of being able to adjust the volume. I seem to remember
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