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stuartgiere

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I sent this email to Roger last Thursday, right after my first run.  Wanted to share it with this Developers Forum:

Roger

 

Good workout today.  Did a 4 mile run, pretty much steady pace, but there were hills - so the SmO2 wasn't steady.

 

Placement: Vastus Lateralis Right Leg - Outside edge of knee cap, up one third of the distance from knee to hip.

 

Started at 65 - rose to over 75 during stretching.

 

Got into the run and settled in at about 45 to 50.  Hills seemed to push the numbers down a bit.

 

Walked at 2 mile mark (about 20 seconds) to see if the systems was responsive to recovery, and it worked as expected.  I went over 90.

 

Got back into my running pace and settled in around 40 for a while. 

 

Hit an up hill grade, a tough one, and saw it go into the 20's - even a few 12's and 13's.  I am not sure I believe it was really that low, but it was certainly directionally correct.

 

Hard run for the last quarter mile - pushed it down to the 35-40 range.

 

Recovery at the end got up to the high 80's.  Slowly working it's way down when I had to take it off so I could shower and head off to work.

 

I think I saw a few instances where it displayed some really odd numbers.  I don't think it's physiology or road noise from my feet pounding on the ground.  Looks to me like it's look-up table issues - but your theory about electrical noise could be right as well.

 

I just think, overall, that it did what I expected it to do.

 

 

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