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noob HR question

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Bumbaclaat, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. Bumbaclaat Blue Belt

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    ok, i bought i hr-monitor-watch-thing.
    but how shall i use it?

    on tuesday evening i did a run for 51 minutes with my heartrate being around 155 all the time.
    this is no lsd training, right?
    does a heart rate like this make sense?
    does pacing myself to reach a lower hr make sense, when i
     
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    That was awesome.
     
  3. Bumbaclaat Blue Belt

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    i know that i don
     
  4. pliftkl Green Belt

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    What is your resting heart rate? The right heart rate for you to be training at depends a lot on your current heart rate and ability to produce energy.

    Read Eza's thread that is stickied at the top.
     
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    This. Plus the manual the came with your HR monitor.
     
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    resting hr is 58.


    the manual is bs.
     
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