[CQ-Contest] Contester training for the season

Jukka Klemola jpklemola at gmail.com
Mon Sep 9 15:13:10 EDT 2013

There are several warnings on the product documentation but nothing about
reduced copying ability and increased score reduction rate.

Some bourbon may be catalytic in nature when planning for contesting
When implementing the plans, please consume responsibly.

Same goes for heart rate things I brought up.
I was expecting to get a massive burst of flames about my heart rate
numbers. I am below 50 and I am 'somehow' fit. When the years go up, the
heart rates should go down.

I think everybody who sit for their work and main hobbies, should
understand how fit they are and then build a plan for improving the
cardiovascular metrics.

Same goes for the UBN metrics.

Jukka OH6LI

2013/9/9 Hans Brakob <kzerohb at gmail.com>

> Plenty of fortified liquids.
>  https://www.blantonsbourbon.com/
>  73, de Hans, K0HB
> On Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 12:07 PM, Jukka Klemola <jpklemola at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I have been practicing tower climbing.
>> I have measured heart rates exceeding 160 before I start to feel I should
>> slow down.
>> My training program has been to climb minimum 60m (200ft) per day at my
>> home for the past two-three weeks, four or five days a week.
>> I carry the safety harness and some tools with me to increase the power
>> out
>> through proper load setting.
>> It is just about a complete opposite to sitting in front of the radio.
>> Being a little fit helps with sitting in front of the radio.
>> How do others train the for the upcoming CQWW contests?
>> Jogging? Gym?
>> 73,
>> Jukka OH6LI
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