Asep - 4J2LttYyc
Many of my choices are oninle, which makes them widely compatible. I'm also using a power meter for cycling and a Garmin Forerunner for running, so that may influence what I do.TrainingPeaks is my go-to application because it tracks swims, runs and rides, including calories burnt and TSS, and the Performance Management chart includes all three disciplines. The analysis you can do is top notch. My favourite is putting two ride plots on the screen, one on zoom and one not and then highlighting the intervals on the side. The editor is decent too. You just need to know to cut to get rid of what you don't want.Disclaimer: SRAM/Quarq work closely with TrainingPeaks on some promotions and I've been fortunate to get some one-on-one training.Golden Cheetah for desktop analysis. I use 2.1 and 3.0. I dig the Critical Power (Mean Maximal Power) chart and Metrics. I look at the 5, 10, 20 and 60 minute histories after every ride. The latest build of 3.0 has NP, IF and TSS, and shows the summary data for your intervals/laps on the same screen as the ride plot, which is really nice. Golden Cheetah is good to have at events and on planes.MyFitnessPal for calorie counting. The iPhone and iPad versions are super. I lose weight twice as fast as their calculations for weight loss so that's something to watch out for.Strava for monitoring on-the-road (and on-the-mountain) performance. It's nice to see improvement not just in power numbers when you're not racing. I do field tests on local segments and look at overall time, average power vs. time and power-to-weight. Road bikes, TT bikes, position on the bike and aerodynamic and lightweight components are tested this way.Garmin connect is useful for getting files from athletes when they don't use TrainingPeaks and to export files in a widely usable format. Troy@Quarq http://kbbbuine.com [url=http://iwojqwkfoov.com]iwojqwkfoov[/url] [link=http://ptxwjg.com]ptxwjg[/link]
Francyanne - whcAZ0Pe
Got this a few days ago when I ordered it from a black Friday deal(yeah so that offireng was not a scam, some people did get one). It was a Christmas gift so I wasn't planning on opening it. After reading the 4 reviews for the product on 11/29 I decided I better open it and check it out cause if it can go wrong, it will that's my luck.Anyway, I opened the box with a fair amount of trepidation, and it was in there, so far so good. Next I unpacked it and plugged it in waiting for the blue screen of death, smoke, hard drive clicking, a total lack of activity, or anyone of the myriad of other signs indicating issues with the product.Well after holding my breath for a few seconds the machine started right up, went through its initial use procedure, got online through my network and is now being updated. PERFECT, works great! No ISSUES. Was just what I ordered and arrived as described. Now I can't guarantee it will still be working in a few months, but right now I am a very satisfied buyer.To address issues in other reviews:1) I bought it with windows 7, it came with windows 7, I didn't buy it for any windows 8 upgrade special so no points off there.2) Not repacked came new in a sealed box, no points off there. I must point out that one reviewer complained that no one checked his laptop to make sure it was configured correctly prior to shipping and another complained that his had been opened, so it comes down to how do you please everyone? Me, I want mine unopened please.3) A reviewer said his did not work, mine did so no points off there. Who knows maybe he forgot to hit the start button. This one doesn't automatically turn on when opened unless it's already been turned on hey I've seen weirder things than that, like the guy who emailed brighthouse from his home computer to complain he couldn't get online from his home computer.Bottom line I have a working Dell I3 with 750GB hard drive, internet access, and it is a 15.6 in laptop running windows 7. I have what I ordered, it works fine, so 5 stars.