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Looking for Mont Ventoux

The Altimeter Function on the Polar S-710 Heart Monitor

Thu, Aug 1, 2002 - By Greg Worrel

Mont Ventoux rises 5280 feet in 21km at an average grade of 7.6 percent. Lance made the fastest climb to the summit in Tour history. He climbed it in 58 minutes. So how do the local grades around Kensington Metropark compare? I set out to find out.

Rollerskiing from Boyne Mountain to East Jordan

Tue, Jul 9, 2002 - By Mike Muha

This route is on the open road, pretty long (22 miles), has a couple of steep downhills (you need Speed Reducers), three long uphills, and has occasional rough or rocky pavement

Using the Web to Learn Technique: The 2002 Olympics

Sat, Jun 22, 2002 - By Mike Muha

We don't have national level coaches in southeastern Michigan and I bet you don't live near one either. Fortunately, there are free sources on the web that you can leverage to view modern racing technique.

The Big Bonk!

Sat, Feb 23, 2002 - By Mike Muha

A racer in a blue suit came to a stop a couple hundred feet away, and simply collapsed into the snow bank. I initially thought it was someone who had finished who was just clowning around. But he wasn't moving. I decide I better check him out.

The Best Little Trail in Ohio & Michigan When Weather is Bad!

Wed, Feb 20, 2002 - By Jeff Ray

The Toledo Trail offers a trail that is rotary brushed daily and salted extensively.

Training for Biathlon

Perfect ski conditions at West Yellowstone

Sat, Jan 12, 2002 - By Greg Rudl (Ohio Nordic Ski Club)

Training and shooting over New Years with the Ohio National Guard Biathlon Team.

Heart Rate Monitors

Polar S-710 Heart Rate Monitor Graph from the Chestnut Valley GLD Freestyle Race

Tue, Jan 8, 2002 - By Greg Worrel

Chestnut Hill was my first race using a new Polar S-710 heart rate monitor which captures heart rate data every 5 seconds. It stores many hours of data which can be uploaded to a computer and saved in a workout and analysis program that Polar provides.

Competitive Advantage: Rollerskiing at Night

Thu, Dec 20, 2001 - By Mike Muha

Just because it's dark after work doesn't mean I can't train outside. School teachers get out early enough to train while there's light. If I don't get out in the dark, I'm giving those teachers an advantage when racing season begins.

The Wixom, South Lyon, Island Lake, Kensington Connector

Sun, Nov 25, 2001 - By Mike Muha

There is now a paved path that connects the Kensington Metropark bike path with the Island Lake State Park bike path, and those paths to the Wixom / South Lyon rails-to-trails path.

Creative ways to get that long climb, without killing yourself getting back dow

Sat, Nov 24, 2001 - By Mike Muha

Want to climb that long hill on your rollerskis, but afraid of killing yourself on the way back done? Put your spouse, significant other, or friend to work.

VO2 Max Norms

Sat, Jun 16, 2001 - By Mike Muha

This table shows what's considered Low, Somewhat Low, Average, High, and Very High maximal oxygen uptake (VO2 Max) in ml/kg/minute, by age and gender.

Body Fat Norms

Sat, Jun 16, 2001 - By Mike Muha

This is simply a table that defines what's considered Ideal, Good, Moderate, Fat, and Obese, by age and gender.

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