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06 Dec 2014

We were nine points behind fourth place. Happy as he was about the team finish, he was not surprised. He had confidence in the training that they had been doing, the training that put him in position to contend for the individual championship. Its sort of easier for me because I have Coach Wayton, who gives you every lesson you want to learn and all the training you could need, Pulimood said. Its really up to you. I kind of knew if I did all that Wayton has, I could give back to him by doing what I can.

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Equipped with speed and cadence sensors, the gadget connects via Bluetooth to Mio 's Go app or to third-party cycling apps on which users can view their ride, quantified. Beyond the cycling features, Velo is said to contain the same health and fitness features as Mio Link, which is Mio's generalized tracker that offers EKG-accurate performance heart-rate monitoring. The Link also allows users to customize workouts, offering five target heart-rate zones, as will the Velo. Shipping Monday and priced at $129 or 129, the Velo is water visit our website resistant up to 30m and indicates the heart-rate zone on a six-color LED display. Misfit, Garmin, TomTom and Moov all offer wearables that track cadence and speed, while innovative cycling products in the works include smart display glasses from Recon ($599) and an ankle-worn wearable with cycling features called FlyFit ($169), to ship later this month.

Mio releases new cycling wearable - Yahoo News

"When I look back at my notes, I try to take good notes of things I did good, and things I did bad. I try to flip back through that. The big things I always put in there is focus on the fundamentals and enjoy." Last week, the Warriors showed plenty of resolve, rallying from a 15-0 halftime deficit to beat Knox Grace. Said Ross,"The teams that win the championship are not always the biggest, the fastest, or the strongest. It's the team that's committed to each other and plays with heart.

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"We've just got to come out and treat it just like it's another game and not get caught up in the moment," Brooks said of the state final. "We've got to treat it like it's just a regular-season game. We've got to line up fast, play fast and play with discipline." Although the Warriors weren't able to work on anything in the spring, Brooks believes they made up for it with their effort during summer workouts. "Over the summer we worked hard and did a lot of stuff that other teams weren't doing," Brooks said. "We put in more time and more work, then a few games into the season we got rolling and started to develop into a good football team." In Peabody, the Warriors will be facing a team that runs a spread offense, and a balanced one at that.


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