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6 sets of 0.31 miles

Workout Instructions

Place something under the back of the erg to raise up the back-end 2+ inches. 

NOTE 1: Unlike adjusting the damper, this actually increases the work that is done similar to running uphill.  Adjusting the damper on the side of the erg is like adjusting the gears on a bike.  Certain gears aren't easier/harder than others, they are just more/less efficient in different situations.

NOTE 2: While this makes the drive more difficult, it makes the recovery much easier.  For this reason, your optimal stroke rate may be higher erging uphill than on level ground.

NOTE 3: The watts and calories displayed will no longer be accurate since the erg does not take into account the additional resistance due to gravity.



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