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You can view the summary of your exercise after you have stopped recording.
To stop recording and view the summary information:
You can also view the summaries of all your saved exercises in the logbook. In the logbook the exercises are listed according to time and the latest exercise is shown first. The logbook can store approximately 15 hours of exercises with the best GPS accuracy and 1 second recording interval.
To view the summary of your exercise in the logbook:
If more than 50 % of the watch memory has not been synchronized, Suunto Ambit2 displays a reminder when you enter the logbook.
The reminder is not displayed once the unsynced memory is full and Suunto Ambit2 begins overwriting old logs.
The dynamic exercise summary shows the active fields from your exercise as a summary. You can browse the summary views with.
The information shown on the summary depends on the sport mode you used, and whether you used a heart rate belt or GPS.
By default, all the sport modes include the following information:
If you select cumulative ascent/decent as a display option, the data will only be shown if you have also selected best GPS accuracy. For more information about GPS accuracy, see GPS accuracy and power saving.
You can access more detailed data in Suunto app.
Suunto Ambit2 always shows your current cumulative recovery time from all your saved exercises. The recovery time indicates how long it takes for you to fully recover and be ready to exercise with full intensity. As your recovery time decreases or increases, the watch updates it in real time.
To view your current recovery time:
The recovery time is shown only if it is longer than 30 minutes.