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Race Predictor on 920xt

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Jan 2016
3:13pm, 13 Jan 2016
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Hills of Death (HOD)
Anyone had experience of this how accurate is it ?
Jan 2016
3:21pm, 13 Jan 2016
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GregP
See blog comment mate - I didn't know it existed until half an hour ago.
Jan 2016
3:29pm, 13 Jan 2016
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Hills of Death (HOD)
Go into my stats, it then opens the menu to Recovery Advisor, VO2 Max, Race Predictor.
Jan 2016
3:32pm, 13 Jan 2016
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Wriggling Snake
I just read your blog, and then looked at your PBs, saw this and decided the watch is issuing you a stretch goal.
Jan 2016
3:45pm, 13 Jan 2016
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Hills of Death (HOD)
I need to lose weight I think first ;-)
Jan 2016
3:46pm, 13 Jan 2016
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Badger
I'll be amazed if I ever hit what my Fenix 3 predicts for me. A 3-minute PB at 5k is just the start of it (and HOD has probably noticed at Milton parkrun that I have mastered the sweet spot of almost but not quite vomming or passing out at the finish line of a 5k, so I'd say 3 minutes is unrealistic).
Jan 2016
5:07pm, 13 Jan 2016
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chunkywizard
So this was discussed at great length on the FR620 forum probably a year ago now. The prediction is based on VO2Max and there is a direct correlation to the times. Most people find the VO2Max is 3 points higher than the race predictor!

forums.garmin.com

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Anyone had experience of this how accurate is it ?

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