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Using LTHR for 10k training

Posted: Today at 17:35

Yeah I may had guestimated the MP for HAAD just so it kind of tied in. All others should be as they quoted

Using LTHR for 10k training

Posted: Today at 16:33

I wasn't suggesting mixing and matching, just that you have different 'experts' offering their own views on what to base their percentages on, and what those percentages should be.

You'll see from the variety of bpm results in my document that either one of them is right and the others wrong, or they're all 'near enough'.

Choose one and stick to it.

Using LTHR for 10k training

Posted: Today at 15:59

Slightly confused by all these mnethods I created this spreadsheet formula which takes account of MHR, WHR, HAAD, P&D etc. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-cYrnigloEybWloNFlzTWt4Mkk&authuser=0 (go to Open and add your MHR and RHR and hit Enter)

Since this original post, I have come across Matt Fitzgerald's method of also using a percentage of your lactate threshold.

Mine aren't as close as yours, Gideon, which adds to my indecision on which to adopt

Shorts over tights

Posted: Today at 14:16

Mind you, I have some Skins shorts which make me look like I have a 'camel toe' !

Shorts over tights

Posted: Today at 14:13

Shorts over tights = little nob

Pfitzinger Race Thread 2015

Posted: 20/05/2015 at 15:31
...also, do you thing raising your aerobic threshold nudges up the other two, or raising your anaerobic threshold pulls up the other two?

Pfitzinger Race Thread 2015

Posted: 20/05/2015 at 15:26
15west.
Read your explanation of the threashold runs a couple of times. You say lactate threashold is 71 - 75% MHR and aerobic threshold is slightly slower and equivalent to MP.

So are you suggesting MP is slower than 71 - 75% MHR ?

I'm pretty sure mine isn't

Pfitzinger Race Thread 2015

Posted: 20/05/2015 at 13:44
Many thanks. That's made clear a couple of things that were confusing me

Pfitzinger Race Thread 2015

Posted: 20/05/2015 at 11:18

Hi all. Been lurking on this one.

One thing I'd like to know is which training intensity helps raise your lactate threshold?

Is it the easy aerobic runs, or the lactate threshold runs? or a combination of both?

Pacing of long runs for half marathon training

Posted: 17/05/2015 at 16:35

From what I've read and understood, the most effective way to train is this: 80% should be easy pace 77%MHR and 20% moderate to hard 83 -88%MHR

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