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Re: Indoor Rowers League 2018 / 2019

Post by Tako » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:45 pm

FSP:

4 scores registered and our captain is again leading the pack with the best adj score!!!

For the Nonathlon I still need to crack the Pb on the 10k, but today’s all in wasn’t even close with 38:49.6 @ 1:56.4 and 24spm

Come on you 4 that still need to enter a score! Let’s push this FSGs a bit
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Re: Indoor Rowers League 2018 / 2019

Post by MaxMacLaren1 » Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:39 am

Tako, I have posted a HR restricted 10k row from earlier in the month. 40.31.0 @2:01.5, ave HR 126. A full effort will need to wait due to minor injury. Pity because its ruled out the World Virtual Indoor sprint and the Mud Season Madness :(.
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Re: Indoor Rowers League 2018 / 2019

Post by Claudius » Fri Mar 15, 2019 9:52 pm

FSG

Hello, i had a go for the 10 k yesterday in my lunch hour. I had a few options in my mind: a negative split -2 from 1:59 - 1:51, a submaximal 39min, or a full go - decided to do the full one as usual- but thanks to your warnings of HDíng i decided to back off after the first 2k - just a bit - so no pb - but i am happy with that result !

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Re: Indoor Rowers League 2018 / 2019

Post by Claudius » Fri Mar 15, 2019 9:56 pm

Get well soon Max - had also skipped the world erg Sprints...family affairs

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Indoor Rowers League 2018 / 2019

Post by Tako » Sat Mar 16, 2019 4:53 pm


Managed to improve time thanks to RowPro session with strong pacemaker :-)

38:22.7 @ 1:55.1
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Re: Indoor Rowers League 2018 / 2019

Post by plummy » Sat Mar 16, 2019 6:29 pm

Nice work going on here. I tried to gain a few seconds but bailed at 5k. Bit of a fail in the cajones department as I was well ahead of pace and should have just backed off for a while. I'll be trying again for FSP though.
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Re: Indoor Rowers League 2018 / 2019

Post by fkoene » Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:01 pm

Another attempt today. Was aiming for 38:30 with slightly negative splits and ended out with 38:24.4, whit which I'm really pleased at the moment.
Perhaps one more attempt this month, though I'm not looking forward to it.
Not much left afterwards. Which brings me to a kind of noob question: I understand the feeling HD stands for, but where does the abbreviation stand for?

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Re: Indoor Rowers League 2018 / 2019

Post by JonT » Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:53 pm

Great efforts going in everyone.
fkoene wrote:
Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:01 pm
Not much left afterwards. Which brings me to a kind of noob question: I understand the feeling HD stands for, but where does the abbreviation stand for?
HD = Handle Down. It and many other terms are defined in Plummy's Lexicon Guide
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Re: Indoor Rowers League 2018 / 2019

Post by fkoene » Mon Mar 18, 2019 10:00 pm

JonT wrote:
Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:53 pm
HD = Handle Down. It and many other terms are defined in Plummy's Lexicon Guide
Thanks!! I have had a look at this lexicon , quite some time ago. I must have overlooked this one.
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