Partaking in some endurance training in your own neighborhood can lead to acclimation, so the 'Pace' is intended to help provide users with specific data to help ensure optimized training and performance. Designed by Andrew Ferrier, the 'Pace' works by measuring where athletes train most often to let them know what they are becoming acclimated to. When the athlete goes to compete, the 'Pace' will let them know how they need to adjust their pace or heart rate in order to perform as best they can.
The 'Pace' helps those with endurance training by taking easier or harsher conditions into account to ensure that users don't overextend themselves or find that they are working harder than they should.
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The 'Pace' Device Measures Acclimation to Help Athletes
- By: Michael HemsworthDec 7, 2016