Razor51


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Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: Yesterday at 20:23

I turboed this morning, high cadence (95-110) rpm, got the stiffness out of my legs from parkrun yesterday.

MC...Wise move dropping Manchester, the fitness has'nt gone away it's in there somewhere stick at it.

Pirate DIY Half IM 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 20:12

Can someone put Andy Leeming on the list please, ta  

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 28/03/2015 at 17:37

Ran parkrun this morning and it was horrendous, It was raining,windy and full of mud.  It was my PW I think  managed to get round in just over 29 mins, 5mins slower than my PB.

14 miles run this week which I am happy with as it is my first week back after illness.

Outlaw 2015

Posted: 28/03/2015 at 17:30

14 miles ran this week including parkrun this morning, no bad for my first week back after illnness. 

Parkrun was awful, it was raining, windy and full of mud, I think it was my PW and it was'nt pretty to watch.  anyway I got round in one piece.

 

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 24/03/2015 at 21:44

First run or 3 weeks and felt ok avg 10.21 min/m so happy with that, HR was up by 8 bpm but avg Hr was still in Z2. so onwards and upwards  

The 2015 LG PSOF Kit Order Thread

Posted: 18/03/2015 at 20:10

Schmunks...... I think you are a star for doing the kit orders and the feed stations over the past few years.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 18/03/2015 at 19:47

BS......I've not done anything for nearly 3 weeks, antibiotics worked but still got a dry cough and its pissing me off.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 06/03/2015 at 22:18

I'm in the NW in Salford, open water swimming will start begining of May at the Quays or at Pennington Flash if thats any use.

The British Gas north swim takes place at the Quays.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 06/03/2015 at 10:08

Dilly Dally.....

You can work your max HR by taking your age from 220  ie 220-30 =190. this is not the most accurate but it gives you a ball park figure.

The best way is to do a Max HR test, you can do this by running a 5k  at a steady pace and really pushing yourself all out for the last 1K, or doing hill reps and pushing yourself really hard up the last rep, this will give you your maxHR from there you can work out your training zones." Be Iron Fit" by Don Fink is a good book with all the info you need about triathlon and training zones, good luck with it.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 05/03/2015 at 11:18

Dilly Dally... If you are going to use your HR monitor make sure to work out your training zones properly to get the best use out of it.Do you know what your max HR is?

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