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    What app/s are you using to help with timing sprint intervals - need some app recommendations for a Blackberry.

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    I don't time mine. I just run 75-100 yds (depending on which field I go to) as fast I can. I then walk back and do it again. Repeat 10 times. Takes about 10 - 12 minutes I think.
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    I have a tabata timer on my iPhone, which is awesome.

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    If you are sprinting, I'd use a gym boss. Don't want to damage your phone running. I use the HIIT app from the Android Market when I'm doing interval stuff in the garage.
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    Depending on where you run, you can use landmarks for your intervals. On the street, I prefer lamp posts. Sprinting between one pair and jogging between the next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick the Destroyer View Post
    If you are sprinting, I'd use a gym boss. Don't want to damage your phone running. I use the HIIT app from the Android Market when I'm doing interval stuff in the garage.
    I also ponied up for a gym boss. For about $20, it's totally worth it, especially since I don't want my phone anywhere near me when I'm working out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy1 View Post
    What app/s are you using to help with timing sprint intervals - need some app recommendations for a Blackberry.
    A stop watch?

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    Yeah, the Gymboss is about the best interval tool you can get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach Palfrey View Post
    Yeah, the Gymboss is about the best interval tool you can get.
    +1...best $20 I ever spent.

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    iPhone has a gymboss app too, maybe bb does.

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