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Interval Workouts –Your Fenix 3 will take you to the next level

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Has your performance become stagnant lately? An Interval Workout, synced to your Fenix 3 might be the solution. Interval workouts are the toughest form of training, but also a sure way to up your performance. Your Fenix 3 will take you through a disciplined, “faster than race pace” interval workout, so come race day, going fast will happen with confidence ...

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SkyRun Tip #1 – Look before you jump!


Three weeks have passed since I entered the Salomon SkyRun, a 100km ultra trail running event traversing the Drakensberg. And to date I have not run a single stride. Why? Because I’ve got 2 small daughters and with both bringing some super flu bug back from crèche, I was ambushed into a flu which turned into bronchitis. I was man-down ...

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Fact #7 – Ground Contact Time. It says a lot about how you run.

Garmin Fenix 3 GCT Graph

The Garmin Fenix 3 measures the Ground Contact Time of your feet when you run – in milli-seconds. But is such detail of any real significance to the average runner? You’d be surprized how much! Let’s focus on one injury-inducing issue that can be identified by Ground Contact Time (GCT): Overstriding. It is one of the most common running style errors, ...

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Garmin Fenix 3 – Smart Notifications: staying in touch the easy way.

Smart Notifications

Some people choose to be totally unreachable when training. In Oprah’s terms, it’s their “me-time”. Other people need to be contactable 24/7 for business, family, safety, or other reasons. “Me-time” is not an option. Out of necessity I am always running and cycling with my phone, and this is where Smart Notifications came to the rescue. Prior to my Garmin Fenix 3, ...

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Are you brave enough?


“Don’t limit your challenges – challenge your limits”! It is quote that I have used to dictate my life since I decided to get my bum off my couch and start mountain biking. A about a week a go, I got up one morning and thought to myself: let’s do something stupid – so I entered the Salomon SkyRun. The ...

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The Garmin Fenix 3 – Bluetooth is your friend


Bluetooth used to be what you got when you chewed on your BiC pen in school. Today it is something entirely different, and some people shy away from it. I’ve come across quite a few athletes that use a late model Garmin multisport watch like the Fenix 3, but do not use the Bluetooth connectivity. They feel safe sticking to ...

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You can log your swim drills.

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Logging your swim sets works fine with most multi-sport watches, till it gets to the drill sets. Previously you could either let the watch run, or press pause. That meant no timing, or logging a garbled mixture of backstroke, front crawl or whatever stroke the accelerometer of the watch assumed you were doing. With the Fenix 3, Garmin cleared the ...

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Trans Elands proving to be a tough one

Kevin and Jacques as the passed the finishing line in 10th position.

The event started off quite chilled! At a mere 8 degrees at 07:00, it was freezing cold! As locals we knew that Lex was going to throw in a few hills early in the race, and twenty minutes into the race it became very hot. All we wanted to do was to shed the second skins, but we decided to keep it on ...

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