, or if you have a heart-rate monitor or GPS take the instructions with you and learn how the functions work. A holiday is a great time to use that grey matter."
sets of '30/30'. This means 30 seconds' hard strides followed by 30 seconds' lighter running at a cruise. Breaking it down keeps leg-speed up and makes the hour go more quickly." - Steve Trew "On the turbo trainer, use a heart-rate monitor for a power
– the difficult one is swimming. In a race we cannot keep looking at our heart-rate monitor or stopwatch,” says Bill Black, who coached the GB Men’s Triathlon Team at the Sydney Olympics. “But if we train at a certain pace in the pool we can keep cross
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