Heart Monitor Training for the Complete Idiot by John L. Parker

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 Heart Monitor Training for the Complete Idiot by John L. Parker

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Heart-rate-based schedules and principles for faster running. Not for complete beginners.

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13 user reviews of Heart Monitor Training for the Complete Idiot by John L. Parker See all

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Makes a lot of sense in that you can can accurately measure effort put into runs by measuring heart rate rather than pace. It has been the perfect companion to my new heart rate monitor and totally changed the Continue reading...
This book goes hand in hand with HRM Monitors, without this book you won't get the best out of it. Continue reading...
A good starting point, got me started with base training and running at lower heart rates Continue reading...
Overhyped, overpriced and over here. I gather it's in short supply. You can have my copy for £80 including UK mainland postage ;o) Seriously, it is to HRM training what the street-evangelists' tracts are to the Continue reading...

SDG
A good book. Some slightly annoying 'americanisms' but about the easiest and best I have read on heart rate training. Would recommend it to others who want to get the best out of their heart rate monitor. Some Continue reading...

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Hi

Does anyone know where I can buy a copy of this book? Thanks




Posted: 19/05/2008 at 22:30

Amazon Market Place if you are lucky or it occasionally comes up on ebay - make you search worldwide and you may find one

Posted: 19/05/2008 at 22:41

it is cheaper if you order direct from the US site - $20 ish with around $12ish shipping but it will take a while to be delivered !

Posted: 19/05/2008 at 22:51

or try Alibris

Posted: 19/05/2008 at 22:52

second hand one here:

http://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=1107160606

Posted: 19/05/2008 at 23:36

Is it really that good? Amazon is currently has it available for £49.97 or even as expensive as £500 in their marketplace!

Posted: 19/09/2008 at 14:29

royalgreen wrote (see)
Is it really that good? Amazon is currently has it available for £49.97 or even as expensive as £500 in their marketplace!
Not worth that sort of money, far better to find an uptodate book on same subject for a tenner than pay stupid money like that.  If Parker's book is so good why would it be out of print?

Posted: 19/09/2008 at 15:15



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