Another steady state row in the single

Not much to report. Except that the XGPS160 failures are starting to annoy me. The XGPS160 as an external GPS is good for two things:

  1. More accurate and frequent GPS updates – less need for smoothing, more lively pace feedback
  2. Save battery of cellphone

But having to reset the bloody thing twice during a training is a bit much. Looking at the data, I have been rowing half of it with a non-functioning XGPS160 anyway:

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Workout Summary - 2016-04-22-1645.CSV
--|Total|-Total-|--Avg--|Avg-|-Avg-|-Max-|-Avg
--|Dist-|-Time--|-Pace--|SPM-|-HR--|-HR--|-DPS
--|11088|61:10.0|03:10.0|20.0|148.3|159.7|09.2
Workout Details
#-|SDist|-Split-|-SPace-|SPM-|AvgHR|MaxHR|DPS-
01|01955| 11:19 |02:51.7|19.3|139.0|155.0|09.1 | warming up
02|02870| 13:40 |02:21.4|19.8|148.0|159.0|10.7 | tailwind
03|00000| 02:43 |0000:00|20.2|147.0|161.0|00.0 | headwind, GPS off
04|02296| 12:27 |02:39.3|21.7|162.0|169.0|08.7 | headwind
05|02859| 14:33 |02:32.0|19.0|151.0|161.0|10.4 | tailwind
06|01108| 06:28 |02:51.8|20.2|143.0|153.0|08.7 | cooling down

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