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Podcast ENTRE UMBRALES - Episode 2

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Welcome one more week to the podcast of Entre Umbrales. We are already in our second episode and we are settling the bases and getting more tables. Nobody is born knowing and you have to get used to everything, so we can say that this is our best episode ever... of course the bar was low :-D.

You can listen to 1TP11 on your favorite platform, or directly on this page in the player at the end of the article.

If you missed the first episode, you can have a look hereWhat did we talk about in our second episode? Don't worry, I'll list them for you:

  • Our return to training on the first day when we were out of control. One of us did well and with head... the other one... not.
  • New update of Garmin Fenix 6with an important novelty: two climbing profiles. On the one hand, we have indoor climbing (climbing wall) with automatic climbing detection, number of routes, etc. It shows route difficulty statistics, number of falls, number of attempts and number of times completed.
  • Besides climbing profile, there is also bouldering profile. It is another type of climbing for rocks or small walls. Smaller distances, horizontal, but much faster because it does not require harnessing or other protective measures as it does not climb too high.
  • MTB metrics inherited from the Edge 530 and Edge 830 review. The Fenix 6 is the first watch to have both path difficulty and fluency metrics. You can read all about both in the test of either Edge I just left you with.
  • Download training videos for strength training, cardio, yoga and pilates exercises; exactly the same in the Vivoactive 4.
  • Optical pulse sensors and pectoral pulse sensorsWhat's the difference, which one works best, which one should you use for your workouts?
  • Patterns when returning to training. How to get back in shape progressively and without being at risk of injury, especially if we have not podido practice our usual sports during confinement.
  • Strength exercises, keys to maintaining an injury-free season. How to do them and what load to use.
  • Short-term sporting objectives. With no competitions in sight, set yourself S.M.A.R.T. objectives.
  • Mask for sports. Note, they do not simulate altitude training, so they do not simulate hypoxia. But they can be used to train the inspiratory muscles.
  • Quantification of training load.

There you have it, Episode 2 completed with a lot of varied information. Where can you listen to it? Well, on the usual platforms, you can choose your favorite (and finally, Google has included us).

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2 Comments

    1. Hi Dennis.

      I have never used any mask for sports, but they are referred to as "hypoxic masks". They are somehow different than the COVID standard ones.

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