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Infinite Interval Timer

15/08/2009

What is the Infinite Interval Timer?

It is a very simple but massively versatile way of timing virtually any interval training session. It is a series of mp3 files of 10 seconds, 20 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, 3 minutes and 5 minutes in length. These are to time how long your work/rest intervals can be. You can tell when they start/stop by a 5 second countdown followed by a ringing bell (like you hear in boxing).
To make the Infinite Interval Timer work, just download it, unzip the files (they are compressed for easy downloading), load it onto your mp3 player and listen to when the bell rings!

How does it work?

When you load the files onto your mp3 player, you also load the customised playlists. By playing these playlists, the mp3 files play in any order you like, so you can have any interval of work followed by any interval of rest!
I have included some sample playlists (Tabata, 10 x 3 minute rounds with 1 minute rest, 3 x 3 minute rounds with 1 minute rest) to get you going. But you can create any number of intervals by simply creating your own playlists (you can use Windows Media Player, iTunes or my favourite, Mediamonkey).

Requirements

To make the Infinite Interval Timer work, all you need is an mp3 player that reads m3u playlists.
But to get the full benefit from it, you should know how to make your own custom playlists.

Where can I get it?

You can get the Infinite Interval Timer from our webpage by clicking here.  It’s dead simple!

Help!

Do you need an interval length that is not included? Just contact me and i’ll make make it and send it to you.

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