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Discussion in 'Training, fitness and nutrition' started by BES, Feb 20, 2017.

  1. zarathustra

    zarathustra Well-Known Member Level 6 Referee

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    I do indeed, i upgraded from a forerunner a couple of years ago.

    I got the v800, its expensive, but i use it for running, cycling, and swimming as well as refereeing so i get my monies worth.

    If youre just going to use it for refereeing then a cheaper garmin might do you ok.

    I like both Polar and Garmin, i switched as the v800 is a bit smaller, and i fancied a break after 10 years of Garmin watches.
     
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  4. A Freethinker

    A Freethinker Well-Known Member

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    @santa sangria did the new fitness test last night....tight enough the shorter runs are definitely harder than the longer distance...doesn't help when you have someone half your age beside you going this is easy :punch: Good luck with yours.
     
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