Heart rate variations during training
If you train with heart rate you have probably noticed that some days your heart rate is higher or lower than expected for a certain perceived effort.
Did you know that this can be a sign of over training?
I dig into this more and talk about what you should do if this happens in the the following video.
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If you train with heart rate you will find the Heart Rate Training Zones e-report an interesting insight.
This e-report is included as a free bonus with Paddle Stronger .
This report compares the 4 main methods used to calculate heart rate training zones to see variations, pros and cons of each so you can choose the best method for you.
Do you use the % of age predicted max heart rate method to calculate your training zones or use the default settings on your heart rate monitor?
If you do, the zones you get can be highly inaccurate especially for athletes over 35 years of age as the population aging norms don't hold true for those who train hard.
In this report you will learn how to conduct a field test so you can calculate training zones that are similar to expensive lab based tests.
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