Wednesday, January 2, 2013
How is Pace Mode different from a normal metronome?
While a normal metronome prescribes a constant cadence (e.g. 180 bpm), our method continuously varies cadence to provide a constant speed. When running using a normal constant-cadence metronome, speed will constant vary depending upon many factors including terrain, headwinds and fatigue. When you hit a hill, for example, your speed will drop for the same cadence. Our method will automatically increase cadence to keep you at the same speed. Even on the level without wind or fatigue, each constant cadence has a unique speed that differs between people.