Calories, CrossFit, and Concept2 – The Update Everyone is Talking About

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Calories, CrossFit, and Concept2 – The Update Everyone is Talking About



Although the ability to program calories in your monitor has been out for a while now, a lot of people still don’t know about it or understand the significance of it.

This is especially of great importance if you do CrossFit or are a functional fitness athlete. What this means is you can finally TRACK your progress when doing a workout with calories in it. This is great for both improving performance and programming effective workouts on the rower you weren’t able to do before.

In this video, we break down what you can all do as well as show you how to update your Concept2 performance monitor to have this latest update.

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6 Comments

  1. hey, if i programme a workout of say, 150 calories, will my pm5 still record meters in the monitor

  2. Hello,
    Could you please confirm which type of wire we need to use? USB to USB? The video doesn’t show clearly which is it. Thank you.

  3. P___ B says:

    Hello from Norway! My wife and I have just bought a new concept2 E rower based on your great channel 🙂 We are practising our form and hopefully begin to get some nice workouts soon! Will update the PM5 this weekend! Thanks for the tip. Keep up the great work!

  4. I understand the relational basis of measurement inside the Concept monitor for comparing workouts against SR etc. But at the end of a 2K row my PM2 monitor reads 197 calories. My Suunto heart rate and chest strap reads 111 calories. Which should I believe for monitoring my bodies calorie burn? (I am in the process of updating to a PM5 monitor)

  5. Mark R says:

    Can this be updated wirelessly?

  6. edinborogh says:

    hello DH! could you do a video about how to stroke for power ( output more Watt p/stroke ), and how to row at a slow SPM ( i cant row for less then 24SPM, movement doesnt feel fluent and natural and for the long distances i think its a technic i need to learn ).
    thanks!!

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