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Work on the ideal tempo with the JogStyle
Many runners damage their body with the wrong running speed. The JogStyle can be a great support to find the individually right tempo.
Every ambitious runner should attend to his training efficiency to control and optimize the athletic performance. Depending on the objectives, the training should be designed differently. Who is working towards a race, should always improve his condition and speed. Besides the long runs, tempo runs afford the possibility to advance the own performance. For the construction of an optimal training program the JogStyle ob Omron can be a great support. This handy tool measures speed, traveled distance, number of steps, burned calories and burned energy of the runner reliable and accurate.
These values can be saved up to 7 days, which gives the option for a perfect analysis of the personal mileage as well as the performance increase. With the help of these values the athlete knows exactly with which running speed he can complete a competition successfully. During a marathon the JogStyle gives motivation and control at the same time: The athlete keeps tracks on the right speed and the distance he already travelled. That way it is possible to vary the running speed during the competition and to divide the strength in best way.
Fast is not always good: Especially beginners should start with a slow and steady speed. Everybody, who is still able to talk to the running partner during the training or competition, runs in an optimal tempo. The JogStyle helps beginners to find out the right tempo and to follow this constantly during the training. Bit by bit the own load limit can be increased and the efficiency improved.
More useful tips and information about the topics running, health and Co. you can find on www.myjogstyle.com.
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