There is a magic number for cadence, and it appears across the elite distance running population, regardless of distance, age, gender, or breakfast cereal. On a flat course, 170-190 is common, with the ideal slowing to 120-130 on uphills and increasing to 200 on downhills. This cadence is high and necessarily implies fairly short strides, minimizing time and the air and reducing the force of impact between the foot and the ground upon contact. Stride rate does not change easily.
Read the reviews, we don't like to boast. Simple to use, for all ages and ability levels. Ride and Workout Tracking and Logging: Speed (Max, Avg) Live Route Map Distance Calories Elevation Nutrition Friends (live map, and activity feed) Stats (Heart Rate, Speed & Cadence, Power - requires purchase of accessory)
MyDayClock Lite The flow of our lives follows the cadence of routines, slight variance of everyday events. Breaking away from regularity gives us the edge, the recurring rhythm renders us confident and balanced. Set your own pace! This unique tool tags along the current of your verve. Should you be at a recurring meeting or class MyDayClock pursues your rhythm. Frequent moments in time are such, that they tend to fluctuate; time to wake, time to turn in, time to work, time to tune in: MyDa