Last edited by anfieldred07; 05-05-2011 at 20:58.
I wish there were something like the Nike+ (e.g. something you plug into your computer, not iPod) that didn't need an iPod. No way I can afford the next lot of stuff like that. As in, for the same sort of price.
Last edited by Aemiliana; 05-05-2011 at 21:02.
Really, really useful tools. I have a 405. During the run being able to see the pace is good, and the after run analysis is very helpful to identify areas for future training.
(Original post by anfieldred07)
How are the Garmins? I remember looking at them a while back and they looked decent but then I stopped running for a while.
I'm yet to properly use the HRM though. The virtual running parter is useful to an extent, you can see just how far off your overall time you are, and whether or not you need to speed up or you have a margin of safety.
Depends how much you enjoy running on a burst blister when you're 3 miles from home.
(Original post by Aemiliana)
Breaking in trainers is annoying considering I don't normally wear shoes indoors but they seem to be getting better. I dunno, is it really something you have
Last edited by FireDeuce; 06-05-2011 at 21:33.