Tuesday, 26 January 2010
Just a note on yesterdays post. The data presented was taken from runs I've been recording using a Polar RS200. The RS200 is a wrist computer with heart rate monitor and foot pod that is able to measure speed, distance, heart rate and calories. It's an excellent tool for any amateur runner wishing to fine tune their training (the computer features zonal, interval and lap training modes). Another benefit is the ability to download runs to polarpersonaltraining.com enabling the runner to build up an online diary of their progress. It's from this online diary that I was able to pull the data I presented yesterday. I've been using the RS200 for just over two years now and am very happy with it. Also, as I've mentioned before Polar's customer service is pretty good too.
Posted by Jason at 26.1.10