Training Status

Training Mode

Training Mode

You can customize the items on the three screens can be displayed during run timing (Training Mode).

[SPLIT TIME] Split time
[DISTANCE] Running distance
[PACE] Pace
[LAP TIME] Lap time
[LAP DISTANCE] Lap distance
[LAP PACE] Lap pace
[AVG.PACE] Average pace
[SPEED] Speed
[AVG.SPEED] Average speed
[CALORIES]* Calories burned
[HR] Heart rate
[AVG.HR] Average heart rate
[GRADE] Grade
[ALTITUDE] Altitude
[ASCENT] Total ascent
[DESCENT] Total descent
[ASC PACE] Ascent pace
[DSC PACE] Descent pace
[TIME] Time
[DATE] Day

* While heart rate measurement is enabled, calories burned are calculated based on your heart rate and shown on the display.

Training Log

Training Log

The items below are shown on the Training Log screen.

[DISTANCE] Running distance
[TIME] Travel time
[PACE] Pace
[CALORIES] Calories burned
[CADENCE] Cadence
[ASCENT] Total ascent
[DESCENT] Total descent
[AVG.HR] Average heart rate
[MAX.HR] Maximum heart rate
[AEROBIC TE] Aerobic training effect value*
[ANAEROBIC TE] Anaerobic training effect value*

* Training effect quantifies training productivity, which allows you to find the training activity that suits your needs.

Interpreting training effect values

Value Means this:
0.0 - 0.9 No effect on fitness
1.0 - 1.9 Improves endurance, training for more than one hour contributes to health maintenance. Suitable for recovery from hard training.
2.0 - 2.9 Effective for maintaining cardio function and for attaining basic physical fitness.
3.0 - 3.9 Effective for maintaining cardiopulmonary function and as the basis of a training plan.
4.0 - 4.9 Training that suddenly raises cardiopulmonary function.
5.0 Overloads the body.

Training Status

Training Status

Training status evaluates the training effect. It shows how your training affects your fitness level and performance. You can use training status information to improve your fitness level.

1. Training Status

[NO STATUS] Data is required for runs (of at least 10 minutes) that update VO2MAX at least twice a week.
[DETRAINING] Training at a load that is less than recommended has continued for one week, which is affecting your fitness level. Correct by increasing your training load.
[RECOVERY] Lighten your training load to recover. This is necessary when engaging in hard training. Increase your training load after you feel you have recovered.
[MAINTAINING] Training load suitable for maintaining your fitness level. For better effect, try other types of training or increasing the training volume.
[PRODUCTIVE] Maintain this status. The training load is either laying a foundation for fitness or leading in the right direction. To maintain this status, schedule recovery time between training.
[PEAKING] This is the ideal condition. By lessening the training load, you can recover and compensate for previous training. Since this peak status can be maintained only for short periods, your training plan should take the next training session into consideration.
[OVERREACHING] This status has a high training load, which is counterproductive. Rest is required. Create recovery time by including low-load training.
[UNPRODUCTIVE] The training level is good, but the fitness level decreases. Physical recovery is difficult. Take care to avoid stress, to maintain good nutrition, and to monitor your overall health.

2. FITNESS LEVEL *1

 

(No symbol) No effect
減少 Decrease
維持 Maintain
増加 Increase

*1 Indicates training productivity based on long-term changes in VO2MAX.

3. TRAINING LOAD *2

(No symbol) No effect
減少 Decrease
維持 Maintain
増加 Increase

*2 Indicates training productivity based on long-term training load.

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