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MHR
What am I not getting by Andrew Waite Brown

always running in zone 5. My MHR is 179 (220 - 41) therefore zone 5 is 162bpm and above. My pace is a 10min/mile If this is the case what and where am I going wrong?Many thanks in advance Maybe try and do a proper MHR test rather than using the equation method

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01/11/2009 08:03:29
by Andrew Waite Brown
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MHR
by Rich Jackson

Having just received a copy of Lore of Running for my birthday I dug out my HRM that I bought some time ago and never really used. It automatically calculates MHR based on DOB, which would leave me at 178. My maximum achieved on a short run (just

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20/08/2012 23:10:17
by Rich Jackson
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MHR 153
by Runnerray

/155 on steady runs. Now i know this is high but there's nothing wrong with me, it's just the way it is.My running partner will average around 30/40 bpm less than me. Nothing wrong with him either. MHR is personal and shouldn't be compared with anyone else

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21/04/2009 11:02:22
by Bimbo78
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MHR problems
Puts me in the red all the time by Plook

. This was a hill but not eye-popping effort. It leaves me confused about my zones because looking at all of my runs over the past few years my average HR is 144 and my average maximum is 155. What i'm saying is that the MHR of 173 does not leave me much scope

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27/11/2012 15:52:43
by seren nos
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Max Heart Rate (MHR)
by stephen boys

I do a lot of training based upon % of MHR and the standard formula (using age) gives me a value of about 175 i.e. 220 - 45 = 175. Last week I did a half marathon and during the final kick by rate went up to 185 (at which point I wanted to vomit

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20/05/2005 19:42:34
by ixus_123
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WHR v MHR
Which calculation do you use and why? by Cop-out

There appears to be two distinct methods of working out your zones which produce markedly differing numbers. Which one is the VHS and which one is the Betamax of methods? WHR because it takes into account more variation between people. With %MHR

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24/08/2011 10:42:55
by hislifter maker
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% of MHR guidelines = rubbish?
by The older I get, the faster I was

Why is it that alot of articles seem to underestimate % MHR for various zones of training and racing? I was reading (I think it was in the mag) that 80%-90% of MHR is "red zone" or racing speed. I ran a 10K on Sunday and was at around 93

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02/10/2008 14:55:24
by leosantanajr
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Can my MHR be correct?
by Running Bird

RHR is 59. I used the method on the RW site to determine my MHR eg the warm-up then 2 x 3 mins hard effort on a treadmill.To my utter surprise my MHR came out at 222!!! I felt this could not be right so did it again a few days later and got pretty

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13/04/2006 12:24:40
by Running Bird
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Help with HR (MHR & RHR)
by Momome

I'm using is dodgy.Thanks in advance Its probably because you've "worked out" your MHR, it can be massivly out for some people, as you've found out. I mainly want to know what it should be to run at 85%. It fluctuated a lot on saturday but I did a

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30/07/2009 14:54:50
by Momome
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Timex HRM with zones calculated on MHR
How does this compare to zones calculated on WHR by Capricorn

that for e.g. the 60%-70% (106 - 124)zone programmed in the HRM is quite different to the 60%-70% (124 - 137)zone based on my working HR, which is what I had expected on the HRM.How should the zones be calculated ? MHR or WHR ?Has anyone else come across

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13/01/2007 11:32:16
by Capricorn
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