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Race Pace Row

Race Pace Row is a training tool for all rowers to help in developing race Pace, and in interval training

Race Pace Row is a training tool for all rowers to help in developing race Pace, and in interval training

Race Pace Row

by Russell Morgan
Race Pace Row
Race Pace Row
Race Pace Row

What is it about?

Race Pace Row is a training tool for all rowers to help in developing race Pace, and in interval training. You set targets for pace and rate for each interval, and the app will track how well you stay on-target.

Race Pace Row

App Details

Version
3.0
Rating
NA
Size
22Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Sports
Last updated
October 10, 2016
Release date
September 6, 2016
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Race Pace Row is a training tool for all rowers to help in developing race Pace, and in interval training. You set targets for pace and rate for each interval, and the app will track how well you stay on-target.

The app can be connected to the rower either through Bluetooth, or using the Concept2 connection cable. The connection cable and iPhone cradle are both available from the Concept2 website.

There are two modes for workouts – Race Pace or Intervals. If you need a combination of time and distance based intervals, you can create a variable interval workout, but if you need to get an accurate timing for the overall workout, you can create a Race Pace workout, where a single distance is created on the erg, and the intervals are tracked within the app.

The pace for intervals can be defined as an absolute value, as a delta in seconds from the 2K race pace, or as a percentage difference from race pace. For each interval you can define either a minimum and maximum value, or a single target value. The 2K race pace is entered by the user, and interval timings will update automatically to reflect any changes in race pace as the user improves.

By default, the value displayed for pace and rate are calculated as a rolling average for the current interval, but this can be changed to display the current value instead, if required.

The display shows the pace and rate, with colour-coded areas for below minimum, on-target, and above maximum. Bar charts show the percentage time spent in each of the zones, for both pace and rate. These colours are user-configurable.

All of your workouts can be reviewed within the app, including graphs of rate and pace for each stroke, or can be uploaded to the Concept logbook.

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