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    wv2de is offline Senior Member
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    Default Can Someone Recommend an Interval Timer?

    My Gymboss died, and I need a replacement. I thought I might try something else since the gymboss had a couple shortcomings. The thing came on too easily in my bag, and the options were too limited for the price (only two unique intervals possible, caps to interval numbers possibly restrictive, programming system cumbersome, etc.). Any suggestions?

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    Loose - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/loose
    --1 b.(2) : having relative freedom of movement

    Lose - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lose
    --6 : to cause the loss of

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    Default mp3s

    Link here to a bunch of V02 timers (thanks com. kbSagoo). I used the snatch test one yesterday, worked great. Have not tried audacity yet (link here) but am planning to.

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    kbSagoo is offline Senior Member
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    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by pesce View Post
    Link here to a bunch of V02 timers (thanks com. kbSagoo). I used the snatch test one yesterday, worked great. Have not tried audacity yet (link here) but am planning to.
    Thanks pesce! Just FYI, audacity is an mp3 creator/editor that was used to create the timers.

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    wv2de is offline Senior Member
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    Default

    Thanks for the links. I'll probably end up following suit and simply making my own mp3's. Part of my problem with mp3's is that I like to listen to audio books when I'm doing longer workouts. I might just end up planning what I listen to and editing the audiobook files to have queue's in them... Easy enough to mix queue files and audio together - will solve my problem with balancing the audiobook and beep volumes so I don't miss anything (beeps or books) . I wonder if they make mp3 players that can can play two simultaneous tracks at the same time? That would also be groovy...

    wv
    Loose - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/loose
    --1 b.(2) : having relative freedom of movement

    Lose - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lose
    --6 : to cause the loss of

    "To loose fat, one must simply unbuckle one's belt; to lose fat, one must tighten it." - wv

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    Default good one in apps for iphone

    good one in apps for iphone

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