Can’t seem to shake this cold I have at the moment. First I had a sore throat for a couple of days and when my throat was OK after about 4 days I started training again. Now I see that it was to early for that. After about a week it got worse again and now I’ve been out of practice for another week.
It has been getting better and better though so this weekend I played soccer with the kids for 1hr-1,5hrs. Today I feel worse again!!! Can’t believe it. I just want to get well so I can train again.
I might be really stupid but I will do a 1hr crosstrainer session on really low intensity this evening just to see how my body reacts. This just sitting around waiting for it to go away doesn’t seem to work.
So… my first post on this site… what should it contain? 🙂
Maybe something to entice you to come back… maybe something to stir up a shit storm… or maybe just something completely uninteresting.
I got WordPress 3.8.1 to run on IIS with MS SQL database today. That makes this site possible 🙂 I could tell you how… and I might. But just on request 😉
In other news I’m looking forward to the upcoming release of the Polar V800(http://polarv800.com) heart rate monitor in April. It will bring me the features I miss in my current Polar RCX5 and break the enviousness I have when it comes to swim metrics compared to my wifes Garmin Forerunner 910XT ( that watch doesn’t have heart rate in water though which both RCX5 and V800 has) which has an accelerometer that show, among other things, strokes per length, frequency and automatic lap times.
It’s even good looking and brings a lot of other new features as well. It has a barometer built in which gives a lot more accurate altitude measurements as opposed to the gps measurements in the previous monitors.
It also moves from the old W.I.N.D sensors to the new Bluetooth Smart equivalent. While that makes is incompatible with old stuff it opens up the market to 3rd party sensors manufacturers which I think is really interesting.
The feature that was introduced in the Polar loop device will also be incorporated in this new watch. It will monitor you around the clock and tell you how well you recover from your training.