Running in a new location is always exciting. Pack your sneakers with you when heading for a holiday to New York or a work trip to Shanghai and use heatmaps on Suunto Movescount to discover popular paths and trail running tracks.
Heatmaps show the tracks frequently used by the Suunto Movescount community all over the globe, based on millions of Moves.
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By planning your weekly running routines, you can get the most out of your training and make the best use of your time.
Prepare for your next half marathon or ultrarun with Suunto Movescount. Search for other Movescount users who have done the same to see how they train. Find training programs for your specific goal and apply them* to your daily routine, or create your own training program.
In Movescount you can also let your coach plan your runs and monitor your workouts.
To run faster or longer with the same effort, you should improve both of them. Suunto Ambit3’s running performance level is a combined measurement of your physical fitness and your running efficiency using an estimation of your VO2 max.
Follow your progress by viewing your real-time performance level or monitor your progress by following your 30-day running performance trend.
Learn how to use running performance in your Ambit3 family watch
Setting a goal is the best way to develop your fitness and pace, and to motivate you to get out and run even when it is pouring rain.
Perhaps you are aiming for a sub 3-hour marathon or first ultra run? Search for other Suunto Movescount users who have achieved the same goal and check out how hard, how long and how frequently they train to help you plan your own training.
When you aim higher, your Suunto GPS watch identifies your new personal best automatically. Achieve your seasonal or annual best record for 10 km, for example, and it is automatically tagged in your Suunto Movescount account, where you can explore and compare your progress over short or long-term periods.
See where you stand in your age group and compare your achievements to other Movescount users.
Get immediate information on your effort and pace your run by measuring your power when running. Evaluate how tough a certain running course is by using the Stryd power meter, compatible with all Suunto Ambit3 and Spartan watches. Measuring running power is an efficient way to run at a certain level, as it is more accurate than following heart rate or speed.
All Suunto Ambit3 and Spartan family GPS watches use FusedSpeed™, a patented technology for accurate, responsive speed readings. The speed indication is a unique combination of GPS and accelerator readings.
The GPS signal is adaptively filtered based on wrist acceleration, giving more accurate readings at steady running speeds and quicker responses to changes in speed. For example if you run through a tunnel or in a dense forest where GPS signal is temporarily unavailable, the accelerometer fills in the gaps.
Whether you want to develop yourself as a runner or just stay fit, your Suunto GPS sports watch is your training partner. Measure your heart rate, average running cadence and pace to predict your finishing times. Monitor your effort with 1 or 5 km/mi autolaps.
Keep a diary of your weekly running time and distance to reach your goal, and get a deeper view of your training by analyzing all the data on Suunto Movescount.
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