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6 Jan 17
Has anyone used the app for HIIT with their rowing machine? I’m currently selecting the Cycling option and doing:
2 mins warm up then 6 reps of…
30s flat-out (which for me is about 1:45/500m)
2 mins @2:45/500m (cruising speed)
Finally 2 mins warm-down
This gets me up to 80% max heart Rate by rep 3. It would be nice if the app had a rowing option that could interface to a heart monitor. That way the reps could be controlled by heart Rate as opposed to time. How about it @DrMichaelMosley? 🙂
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