Workout of the Week:

“Business Traveler Power Intervals” – Brian Schaning, Timex Multisport Athlete, Doctor of Physical Therapy

This is a good option for a busy business traveler to get in a short amount of time using a Timex heart rate monitor with target zones.

  • Warm-up on stationary bike for 15 minutes
  • Run 1/2 mile at base pace (comfortably fast)
  • Complete 5 hill sprints or 10 box jumps on park bench if no hill available (wait for heart rate to return to Zone 2)
  • Run 1/2 mile at base pace
  • Complete 5 hill sprints or 10 box jumps on park bench if no hill available (wait for heart rate to return to Zone 2)
  • Repeat the entire Interval 3 times excluding the warm-up
  • Cool down on a stationary bike for 15 minutes

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Timex Ironman Run Trainer 2.0 GPS

Smaller, lighter, and easier to use, this GPS performance watch will clearly show you how far and how fast you are running.

TIP: Set up the watch for Hands-Free Auto Splits to receive audio and vibrating alerts every mile (or any preset distance).

Timex Run Trainer 2.0 How-To
 

Timex Ironman Road Trainer HRM

Working out with a Timex heart rate monitor is one of the best ways to gauge your exertion. By pacing yourself early, you can avoid injury and build endurance.

TIP: Find your max heart rate using a simple mathematical equation (220-age for men/226-age for women).

Tabata Set for Multisport Athletes
 

Timex Ironman Sleek 250-lap

The Timex Ironman Sleek 250-lap, our most advanced timing piece, features TapScreen Technology which logs laps with a firm tap.

TIP: Set up the watch for Hands-Free Auto Splits to receive audio and vibrating alerts every mile (or any preset distance).

Introducing Timex Ironman Sleek 250 Lap