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Started by : clare on 15/12/11

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Photo View Member Profile clareView Member Profile Member since 25 May 2011 Posted Friday 23 Dec 2011 18:18:30
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hi

thanks for the replys

 like norman I alter the gradient of the treadmill to simulate hills

 
Photo View Member Profile norman woollard Member since 04 May 2011 Posted Friday 23 Dec 2011 13:27:51
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 Thanks for reply, John. Yes, wanted to record ascents as have been trying to simulate hill running.

 
Photo View Member Profile John at GRGView Member Profile Member since 20 Feb 2006 Posted Tuesday 20 Dec 2011 16:56:57
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I'm afraid there isn't any way to record a gradient for treadmill runs at the moment, other than in the Notes.  Are you wanting the ascent of the treadmill runs to be taken into account in your total climb stats or is there some other reason for wanting this?

John

 
Photo View Member Profile norman woollard Member since 04 May 2011 Posted Tuesday 20 Dec 2011 15:39:35
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I've got the same problem as a mixture of bad weather and cheap Gym membership means I've done most of my December running on a treadmill. The only 'solution' I've come up with is to match my treadmill runs to a couple of my measured routes and then enter treadmill runs as saved routes. Not really ideal as have been trying to do some tough gradients and intervalls on treadmill which dont really match my saved routes. I wonder if anyone at GRG can help?

 
Photo View Member Profile Robert BruceView Member Profile Member since 14 Feb 2009 Posted Saturday 17 Dec 2011 16:03:25
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I use a hill setting on mine, which randonly changes the gradient of the treadmill, the other way is to manually change the gradient as you are running, but you would need to know th grandient of your run and at what distance to put it up, it is always worth running with the treadmill at 1% gradient as this simulates being outside better, then put it up as you feel.

Not sure if this has answered your question

 
Photo View Member Profile clareView Member Profile Member since 25 May 2011 Posted Thursday 15 Dec 2011 15:47:04
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Hi

I was wondered if there was a way I could add the gradient of my run when using a treadmill ?

Thanks

Clare

 
 
 
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