KETTLER WORLD TOURS 3.0

## Age

Entry to calculate the maximum heart rate.

## (BMI) Body Mass Index

Does not influence the program's functions!

BMI calculation:

Example: MARIO

Weight 93.5 kg

Weight 1.92 m

Standard values:
Below 18: You are underweight; it is recommended that you gain weight to improve your general health and performance.
18 – 25: You are of normal weight.
26 – 30: You are slightly overweight and should lose weight if you already have an illness, e.g. diabetes, high blood pressure, gout, lipometabolism.
Above 30: You are urgently advised to lose weight.

MARIO's result in our example lies within the recommended normal weight range between 18 and 25, with a BMI of 25.4.

## Dimension

Units to display km/h or mph, Kjoule or kcal, hours (h) and performance (watts)

## Energy (exercise bikes)

Calculates the body's energy exchange to apply the mechanical energy with an efficacy of xx%. The body converts the remaining xx% into heat.
Exercise bike/racing bike: 25% mechanical energy, 75% body heat
Cross trainer: 16.7% mechanical energy, 83.3 % body heat

## Fat burning pulse

Calculated value of: 65% of maximum heart rate

Two heart rate values are calculated. At the start of the measurement (P1 = working heart rate at the end of training session) and after a minute (P2 = recovery heart rate).

The following case distinctions have to be carried out to calculate the fitness grade:

1. P1 is less than P2 (P1 - P2 negative)
The fitness grade 6.0 is issued, displayed heart rate difference = 0
(In this case you should definitely consult a doctor).
2. The value in brackets is greater than 5.0
The fitness grade 1.0 is issued
3. P1 is greater than P2 and the value in brackets is within a range from 0 to 5.0

## The fitness grade is calculated based on the following rule of thumb:

The comparison between the working and recovery heart rate is an easy and quick option for checking physical fitness. The fitness grade is a guide value for your ability to recover from physical exertion. Before you work out your fitness grade you should have trained in your working heart rate range for a longer period of time, i.e. at least 10 minutes. You will establish that your "fitness grade" improves with regular cardiovascular training.

## Fitness pulse

Calculated value of: 75% of maximum heart rate

## Glossary

A collection of attempts at explanation

## Course profile

Performances (exertion levels) or target pulse over time or distance displayed in the training preview.

## Performance (Power)

Current value of mechanical (braking) energy in watts that the exercise bike converts into heat.

Display in which values are entered or selected.

## Maximum heart rate

Value calculated from 220 minus age.
The value is displayed as a black line in the heart rate bars and as a red line in the training record.

## Pulse

Recording of heart beats per minute

## Programs

Training options that request manual or programmed performances (exertion levels) or target pulse(s).

## Recovery

Recovery heart rate measurement at the end of training session. The deviation is calculated from the heart rate at the start and end of a minute and a fitness grade is worked out.
The improvement of this grade with the same training is a measure of improved fitness.

## Reset

Delete the display content and restart the display

## Interface

9-pin SUB-D connector or USB connection for data exchange with a PC.

## Control

The program controls the performance or heart rate to the manually entered or defined values.

## Target pulse

Manually or programmed pulse value that should be reached.

## Target pulse range

Marking with arrows on the pulse bar and in the training record of -/+ 10 beats from the target pulse. These are used for better compliance with heart rate monitoring.