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Old 03-04-2015, 07:50 AM   #1
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Run / Row / Ride Mod Conversions

I've seen the standard 5:4 ratio applied to rowing vs. running. For example, a MOD to a 400m run is generally a 500m row.

Is there a comparable conversion for riding on an airdyne?

My quick, conservative calculation came up with a 3:1 ride/run ratio. Takes me about 2:50 to ride a mile on the airdyne and that would convert to an 8:30 or so mile pace. Seem reasonable?
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