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
By using a heart rate monitor while you train, you'll know exactly what impact your workout is having.Unlike trying to judge your own efforts, your heart rate is a completely objective measure of how hard you're working, so you'll be able to fine
Heart Beat: Cross-Training With An HRM RW Guide To Triathlon Training Find out what advice your fellow RW members have to offer in these two Reader to Reader articles:Cross-Training & Core Strength Too Tired to Cross-Train?
Training with a heart-rate monitor may no longer be the preserve of the elite, but choosing a model perfectly suited to your needs and budget can still be a minefield of technical jargon and seductive (read expensive) features if you’re uncertain
/walk strategy was better than shuffling (it was), at 23 miles I thought I was having a heart attack (my HRM suggested otherwise) and at the finish another runner told me I didn't look very well (I wasn't). What have I learned/had confirmed? That however good
runners had trained hard and were mentally prepared for the challenge but the pair adopted completely different approaches to race strategies.Radcliffe set the pace, as she had in all her previous marathons, daring the other runners to keep up with her
Hard Training Q&AsTRAINING GENERAL• Do I need to take an "easy week" when my average mileage isn’t that high? • Should you try and break through ‘the wall’ in training? • Is it just the cold weather, or am I getting fitter? • How do I overcome
is great for my training partner who would rather be left to just run while I plot the workouts, read the training plans, pass on tips etc. Everyone wins! Patrick Murphy 5 I run because I enjoy striding through the peaceful quiet of a wood at dawn. I
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