We've already highlighted the difficulties of trying to establish your maximal heart rate. Now youve mastered that, heres another problem: once youve found your true maximum, how do you know exactly what heart rates you should be training at? We
UAN:190 Article type:ADD PIC OF GRAPHS--The ultimate accessories in the world of heart rate monitoring are the models that can download their data onto a personal computer. They vary between companies, but most models store the data in the watch
Q Ive been trying threshold running, using a heart rate monitor and keeping my mile pace at 10 seconds below my 10K race pace. However, I struggle to maintain this speed, even though my HRM says Im working at just 60 per cent of my predicted
Q Im planning to run a marathon, but Im also trying, unsuccessfully, to lose weight. When I run, my appetite increases, and I find that I eat more and put on weight rather than lose it. What can you suggest?A Perhaps surprisingly, losing body fat and training to achieve faste...
Questions about GPS watches for runners often crop up in the RW forum. The following article tries to answer some of those questions and provide some interesting information about how GPS works. I don’t refer to any particular model of GPS, and questions relating to features othe...
’s still packed with all the features that made the 305 great: it monitors your time spent running, distance, pace, calories and heart rate, and your runs can be stored in the memory, so you can review and analyse the data and the routes you’ve taken later
– From the Forum first.)We've grouped the tips into these categories, all on this page:General | Long runs | Speedwork | Hillwork | Heart rateThe name of each tip-giver - each of whom we salute - prefaces each one, and you can click through to the whole
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treadmill times will probably be faster. Climb Higher Most runners use less oxygen and have a lower heart rate when training on a treadmill than when they run on the roads, so consider tackling a steeper incline (and even going faster) during your indoor
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