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S&C how do you log time?

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Feb 2021
8:50am, 10 Feb 2021
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EvilPixie
I use my Garmin as like Nellers says I get HR too and do total time
Feb 2021
9:03am, 10 Feb 2021
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Nellers
EP: DO you find the optical HR is all over the place for strength stuff with the Garmin? (I know there's a thread all about this but I was doing sit-ups/press ups yesterday. Breathing heavy and all and HR dropped to 60 during the session, when my recorded overnight resting is about 52-55.)
Feb 2021
9:09am, 10 Feb 2021
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EvilPixie
not noticed anything but I'm not doing much just now - need to increase
Was OK when I gym'd pre covid
Feb 2021
9:14am, 10 Feb 2021
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Welshpoppy
Nellers absolutely it happens to me all the time .Yesterday a 50 minute kettlebell workout working hard and my HR dropped also to 75.RHR for me is 42-46.

The same happens on a run if it is cold the first mile is something silly like 80 when the first mile is uophll and I am breathing heavy.
Feb 2021
9:16am, 10 Feb 2021
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EvilPixie
I use a strap on my run now
I have 2 - a BT one for the turbo and the garmin tri one for running because the BT one freaks when I run around the estate and my HR drops and freezes!

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