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Old 12-26-2007, 05:12 PM   #11
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1500 calories a day is crazy! When I was doing tris (before my 2 herniated disks forced me to quit running altogether and switch to just cycling) I was packing in about 3500-3700 calories a day. I was always hungry. I wish I could still train that hard.
Good job, it is something to be very proud of.

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Old 12-26-2007, 05:12 PM   #12
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Well, both. Thanks for the linky.
It was just surprising that their map is so antiquated. My only other beef is the smallness of the heartrate display. I haven't used it enough to set the zone alarms yet.

It is an awesome device, though.
Just set up one of the 3 different screens to display the HR as a larger size. To do that set up one screen with only 3 or less things being displayed.

I never use the HRM it rubs me raw so if I ever had to buy another one (I'm on my 3rd one now) I will just get the 205 and save some cash to spend on homebrew.
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Old 12-26-2007, 05:15 PM   #13
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1500 calories a day is crazy! When I was doing tris (before my 2 herniated disks forced me to quit running altogether and switch to just cycling) I was packing in about 3500-3700 calories a day. I was always hungry. I wish I could still train that hard.
Good job, it is something to be very proud of.
Yeah I know. I was at 2000 a day and 30+mpw and I was not dropping at all. So I had a full physical and everything came out great. So I could not blame it on anything medical. So my doc said "drop to 1500 and see what happens". I did and I started dropping. As long as I eat 3 - 4 times a day I'm fine. If I miss a meal I find I end up binging and efing up the 1500 for the day.
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Old 12-26-2007, 05:20 PM   #14
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Just set up one of the 3 different screens to display the HR as a larger size. To do that set up one screen with only 3 or less things being displayed.

I never use the HRM it rubs me raw so if I ever had to buy another one (I'm on my 3rd one now) I will just get the 205 and save some cash to spend on homebrew.
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Well no, I use Body Glide. I also have it cranked up so that the indentations stay on my chest for hours after I'm done.
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Damn you..... More money I have to spend..

That is sweet, I wonder how well it holds the singal. I run in the city and the tall buildings messed up my 201 so I went to the 305 and I'm much happier.
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I design automotive tooling like roll form dies and steel stamping dies.
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Yes I use ProEngineer and Mechanical Desktop (AutoCAD). Mainly ProE..

For how much longer I have no idea. Michigan is in the crapper. I'm on 40 hours a week where as the rest of the shop is on 32 and they laied-off 10 more guys today. If we get the Carmaro package I'll be set for about 6 months. We are still fighting to keep it out of Korea... Go Chevy..
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