That less than sign can be used for code injection which is often used to steal data. So it is blocked.
Good reps SG & Ric.
Dropped car at garage today then cycled home via a longer undulating route. Recalled why I find HR training difficult. Awaiting phone call from garage with bad news.
Short notice trip to the US on Sun. Boston for 1 week (cold - 10C ish overnight, peaking at ~4C in the day. Snow and ice). Then 1 week in San Fran (~20C).
I imagine I'll be prescribed some treadmill sessions for the first week! Gym bikes seem to be hard to come by in the US; some places have the horrible recumbent gym bikes. I can hire a road bike in San Fran but won't make best use of it
Is it Trafford this w/e?
Triathletes like gadgets. Chlorine inhalation does something to the brain that causes huge expenditure on electronics and tight busy sportswear.
IronCat my zone 4 (easy/recovery) is to run in range of 140-150BPM and I averaged 6.35 min miles with HR ave 147, to keep in zone it took me about 2 miles to regulates as HR all over the place but eventually got in and more importantly stayed in the zone. Stevie G I found to stay in zone I slowed down going uphill and ran a little faster down only marginally I even found myself preparing to do that. I was surprised by average pace as I didn't look at that at all during run only when I'd finished
Obviously we're different abilities and different people. For that pace I'd be mid 170s.
I guess the aim is to regain some aerobic fitness and then increase it. Like you I find it takes a while for the HR to stabilise. Also as I'm running slower I'm wearing long sleeve top which always seem to cause static issues and HRM spikes.