J&P do Q&A for KC Marathon pace leaders


TouchbezelPacer_training_clinic_002Jake started with a demo of the touch-sensitive bezel and then showed the group how to customize the training pages on the 405. One of the best nuggets of advice for a pace team leader is to set the 405 to show average pace, which is a good indicator of how you’re doing over the long haul. In other words, if you (or your pace group) slows for a bit on a long run or race, average pace is going to reflect how you’re doing overall instead of striking panic when you see your current pace is off. Next, we discussed how Virtual Partner can be a pace leader’s best friend. Just set the VP to your goal pace and Forerunner will show if you’re ahead or falling behind. We wrapped up with a “magic show” as Jake described it — a hands-on demo of the 405’s automatic wireless upload capability. We had super fresh data to share since Jake and I had just completed one of Eladio’s track workout sessions yesterday after work. Showing our data to the group was as simple as plugging in the tiny USB stick to the laptop and waiting a couple minutes for the data to transfer from the 405 to Garmin Connect. Magic. See our workout data here. Wanna see Jake demo the 405 for yourself? You can watch him anytime, anywhere in our series of short, topical videos.

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