Please note: MotionPlus controller required in order to play - not included Enjoy 12 different sports on a tropical island! Sword play Wakeboarding Frisbee Archery Basketball Table Tennis Golf Bowling Power Cruising Canoeing Cycling Air Sports
Built-in FM radio (87.0MHz - 108.0MHz)
Rechargeable lithium battery
Playing Modes: Normal, Replay, Repeat.
Presets EQ: Natural, Rock, Pop, Classic, Soft, Jazz, DBB
3.5mm Audio Jack
Supports music formats: MP3
USB Port: USB 2.0 Version
Item Meas: 30mmx14mmx48mm
Multi-languages: English, Italian, Swedish, German, Spanish, French, Dutch
1x Swees 4GB MP3 Player black
1x USB PC Connectivity + Charging Cable
1x Good quality headphones
1x User Manual
1x Retail Box
Great for transferring files to this device and use it as a portable USB drive 4GB!
High quality USB data storage, supporting USB 2.0 full speed
Plays MP3 music files (Holds about 500 songs)
No driver needed for Windows ME, 2000,XP,Vista, 7 (except win98)
**Attention to buyer**: If you want to return the Main Menu when you playing a music you can press the Menu button(the 6 button on the picture) for 3 seconds and it will return.
The Complete Guide to Sports Nutrition, is a practical handbook that offers expert advice on topics such as maximising endurance, strength and performance, calculating optimal calorie, carbohydrate and protein requirements, rating of sports supplements and ergogenic aids, sports nutrition for women, and vegetarian eating.
Ready-made training programmes, tips and strategies
30 eating plans to cut body fat, gain muscle and prepare for competition
The Polar RCX3 GPS heart rate monitor is a multifunctional device made particularly for recreational runners and cyclists. It offers smart guidance through each training routine and gives immediate feedback after each session. The device allows the user to set the training intensity according to individual needs and score the performance progress with the so called Running Index. Additionally, the GPS sensor tracks the route, speed and distance, bringing more detail to the training feedback. The device also provides excellent recording features as it is capable of storing 99 training files (with summaries) and a weekly history if this option is selected. For the maximum training benefit the Polar RCX3 set enables measuring average and maximum heart rate during each lap as well as average, minimum and maximum heart rate of training making it a useful tool for determining the best training intensity. On top of this, the device has a G5 GPS sensor which enables accurate distance measurements and the WearLink(R)+ transmitter W.I.N.D. which is the latest generation of Polar's proprietary heart rate sensing device with a soft textile chest strap which incorporates wireless transmission technology with minimal interference.
Training Benefit, Motivating feedback straight after exercise is something we can all benefit from. So if you want to know the effect of different training sessions. This smart feature tells you exactly what you need to know with a quick overview after the session plus more detailed feedback via your training file or polarpersonaltrainer.com.
Running Index, Running Index is based on heart rate and speed data measured during the run. It gives daily information about your performance level, both aerobic fitness and running economy. Improvement in running efficiency indicates improved economy of running performance.
Speed/pace and distance Speed (km/h or mi/h) is measured with G5 GPS sensor. Pace (expressed as min/km or min/mile) stands for the rate of speed. Pace is usually used in running. By setting a target pace, you can follow how fast you need to run in order to reach a certain distance in a predefined time.
ZoneOptimizer adjusts personal sport zones for every training session based on your current physiological condition. This feature gives you the right heart rate zones depending on your physiological state at that exact moment, making sure that the you are always training at the right intensity.
Polar sport zones provide an easy way to select and monitor the intensity of your training and to follow sport zones based training programs. Training is divided into five zones based on percentages of your maximum heart rate: very light (50-60%HRmax), light (60-70%HRmax), moderate (70-80%HRmax), hard (80-90%HRmax) and maximum (90-100%HRmax).
Manual Target Zone, This feature enables you to define the target zone as you want and is suitable for your training. You can set the target zone for your training as beats per minute (bpm), as a percentage of your maximum heart rate, or as a percentage of your heart rate reserve (HRR%).
Compatible with polarpersonaltrainer.com via Polar DataLink for planning, analysing and sharing your training (mapping, online training diary, analyse your training in detail, Training Load is available in Polar software. When you transfer training results from your training computer to polarpersonaltrainer.com, you can follow your training load and recovery in the training diary. Continuous monitoring of training load and recovery will help you recognise personal limits, avoid over- or undertraining, and adjust training intensity and duration according to your daily and weekly targets.
Polar Fitness Test measures your aerobic fitness at rest in just five minutes. The result, Polar OwnIndex, evaluates your maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max). With the Polar Fitness Test you can measure your aerobic fitness by yourself, automatically and without any exertion. All you need is your training computer. The Polar Fitness Test is as accurate in predicting the VO2max as any sub maximal fitness test. The test is based on heart rate and heart rate variability at rest and personal information.
Smart Calories, Polar OwnCal calculates the number of kilocalories expended during training. This feature allows you to follow the kilocalories expended during one training session and cumulative kilocalories expended during several training sessions. Some Polar products also estimate the fat-burning percentage (fat% on display), that is, kilocalories expended from fat during a workout which is expressed as a percentage of the total kilocalories burned.
From Spears and Blowpipe Darts to the Ultimate Human-Powered Projectile The arrow, essentially a specialized spear, is among the most ancient human inventions and can be found in cultures throughout the world. The need to launch a projectile farther and with greater accuracy than is possible with the human arm gave rise to a variety of solutions. Spearthrowers which extend the length of the user’s arm and therefore transfer greater power to the projectile were developed far back in prehistory, and both the American Indian atlatl and the Australian woomera are examples of this technology. Blowpipes, too, are recorded in various cultures and represent another ancient technology. It was soon discovered that a stringed bow could launch a small spearlike projectile we now know as the arrow, and this combination became the dominant method for shooting projectiles for tens of thousands of years. A wonderfully simple device, the arrow and bow revolutionized both hunting and warfare, not only because of the speed, force, and accuracy that could be achieved, but by the fact that the arrow makes almost no sound as it flies toward its target, providing an essential element of surprise. In Straight and True: A Select History of the Arrow, Hugh D. H. Soar describes the transition from hand-thrown spear to bow-launched arrow and then follows the arrow’s developments in cultures around the world and across time. The book describes arrows found in Neolithic sites; those used by North and South American Indians—including a detailed discussion of poison-tipped arrows; arrows used in China, Japan, and Mongolia; and finally the arrow in Europe, where it was successfully paired with the longbow during the Middle Ages. After discussing the development of the arrow for sport and recreation, the author completes his survey with the changes in technology introduced during the twentieth century though the use of the alloy of aluminum with other lightweight metals as well as synthetic materials to construct parts of the arrow. Relying on his considerable knowledge accumulated through decades of research, the author provides the reader with an appreciation for a humble device that, coupled with the bow, changed the history of the world.