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Subject: Very high HR -long run
Don't you just love it when your HR goes really really high and your pace is slow. Yesterday, I ran 8 miles at 11 minutes per mile pace and my heart rate was in 170-180 range . I took walking breaks during the last 4 miles, but it did not really help much.

Usually my HR is around 145-150 at this slow pace. Maybe lack of sleep caused it. I only slept 3 hours the night before my long run.
Yesterday and today I feel totally exhausted, Is it normal?




2013-08-18 9:45 AM
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Don't you just love it when your HR goes really really high and your pace is slow. Yesterday, I ran 8 miles at 11 minutes per mile pace and my heart rate was in 170-180 range . I took walking breaks during the last 4 miles, but it did not really help much.

Usually my HR is around 145-150 at this slow pace. Maybe lack of sleep caused it. I only slept 3 hours the night before my long run.
Yesterday and today I feel totally exhausted, Is it normal?





"today I feel totally exhausted, Is it normal? "--No it is not normal. Adjust your schedule.
2013-08-18 10:10 AM
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Subject: RE: Very high HR -long run
Originally posted by slonce5

Usually my HR is around 145-150 at this slow pace. Maybe lack of sleep caused it. I only slept 3 hours the night before my long run.
Yesterday and today I feel totally exhausted, Is it normal?



It's absolutely normal for HR to vary like that - it varies not only with pace and conditioning, but day-to-day factors like sleep, illness, stress, temperature of the day, and so on.

For a long run or ride to be effective - actually any training - you have to adequate rest. Your body was very clearly telling you 3 hours wasn't enough sleep what you asked it to do.
2013-08-18 11:35 AM
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My HR varies with the amount of training I'm doing by 15 - 20 but your sounds excessive. Rest up and give it another try, maybe it's allergies or you may be coming down with something.
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