Which Method is Best to Find My Training Heart Rate?

author : mikericci
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photoComparing Heart Rate Formulas: Age, Karvonen, Leger, MAF and Friel.

Heart Rate Monitor Training for Triathletes Part I

author : sherrick
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avatarBecoming a Better Animal: How to Effectively Use Your Heart Rate Monitor.

Zone 1 and Zone 2 Training, Explained

author : mikericci
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photoTriathlon Coach explains Zone 1 and Zone 2 training and the benefits of each training zone

Heart Rate Monitor Training for Triathletes Part II

author : sherrick
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avatarBecoming a Better Animal: How to Effectively Use Your Heart Rate Monitor.

New Triathlete: What to Use Instead of Lactate Threshold Testing for Heart Rate Zones

author : mikericci
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photoIf you are just getting off the couch, chances are you aren’t in any shape for an all out 30 minute run or bike LT test. So, what should you do?

Keeping Your Heart Rate in Zone 1 and 2

author : mikericci
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photoI am a new runner and my heart rate spikes with a very small increase in effort. So, when I run 2 or 3 miles (non-stop), I jump up to Zone 3, 4, and 5 almost immediately. What can I do?

Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (CPET): Determining Anearobic Threshold

author : AMSSM
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photoCPET physiology and the applications toward which CPET can be applied, with special attention to endurance athletes.

VIDEO: Lactate Threshold Lab Testing - Part 2

author : Coach AJ
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photoIn this second part, AJ will show you how your training pace and heart rate training zones are setup from the results of your lactate threshold test.

VIDEO: Lactate Threshold Lab Testing - Part 1

author : Coach AJ
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photoHave you been thinking about getting a lab test done to determine your Lactate Threshold number for generating precise heart-rate zones? Follow AJ as he subjects himself to this grueling test.

Member Question: Cardiac Drift

author : KevinKonczak
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photoHighly trained athletes can maintain a specific HR longer than a newbie without much creeping; their endurance is greater—thus able to keep pace efficiently and without much additional increase in HR.

Member Question: Training Heart-Rate and Getting More out of my Legs

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photoYesterday I found that my heart rate was maxed at 95% and averaged 80% for the bike and run with no breathing problems. However, I just couldn't seem to get more out of my legs. Thoughts?

Member Question: VO2/Lactate Threshold Testing

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photoCan you tell me how my LT and V02 max have not decreased after 8 months of absolutely no speedwork? I did very minimal running up until February 2005.

Heart Rate Response and the Heat

author : dara
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photoAn explanation about how the cardiovascular system works, so that it makes more sense about how the human body responds to exercise in the heat.
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