HI Everyone, I am on week 3 of the C25K and I am trying to follow the program as closely as possible. At 46yo, 95Kg for 1,76 I have a "solid" build for which a few Kilos less would do me the world of good... I stopped smoking and gained 12 Kilos in less than 1 year, my goal is ...
Can anyone suggest a heart monitor for ladies? My partner can't use my polar strap comfortably. Her sports bras mean that its difficult to get it positioned properly. I'm not sure if there is solution so hopefully a boffin has sorted for her
Whenever you get a new piece of electrical equipment, the temptation is to rip off the packaging and get stuck in straight away, so the following advice may sound boring. Nevertheless, when you unpack your heart rate monitor (or HRM for short
on your first few runs back, to give them a chance to strengthen up. Your resting heart rate may have risen, and your pace for each of your training heart rate zones will almost certainly have dropped. You should pay attention to what your HRM tells you
reps, whereas you might have expected something around 200. If 225 is your reliable max then 185 would be more like a tempo rate. Have you tried testing your max with another HRM?I agree with Drew and would tend to not use a "sleeping" RHR but a "just
My Missis has been a fairly serious runner for some years; she trains six days per week, is a club runner, runs marathons, etc. She's 39. But she's used a heart rate monitor for the first time, took it on a hill training session and thrashed
HI guys, I intend to take my running more seriously now and to enter races & events rather than run just as a "bit of exercise". I have an old basic polar HRM but I want to upgrade to a newer model that can help with my trainng & provide me with more feedback etc to improve my ...
What heart rate should one run at? Is it different for men and women? Is it dangerous to run at high rates ? Should all training rates be less than race rates?
Can anyone tell me if a high heart rate is good or bad? Am 45 and my heart rate can go up to 190 when am running inside or out ? hi, im 45 and mine goes up to 195/200 sometimes No, a high heart rate is just a high heart rate. I know at least one
I have recently purchased a Heart Rate Monitor. Can you please advise what my Heart Rate should be or how I calculate this.ThanksJohnny Your heart rate should be different for different training sessions. I'm using a very simplistic approach
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