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  • in reply to: Talk Test & Pacing Questio #13773
    PFWinkler
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    Talk you Matt! This is extremely helpful

    in reply to: MAF vs. 80/20 Question #13302
    PFWinkler
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    For what it is worth – I just did the ‘talk test’ at the end of a 10K this morning. I did the Pledge of America btw! Its interesting that my top Z2 as defined by my LT test of 173 produces a very similar result through the Talk Test (153HR), which is also extremely similar to my MAF 180 formula result (154 HR). Thank you for the guidance and help here!

    in reply to: Marathon Pacing Question #13286
    PFWinkler
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    Man – this article is awesome!!

    in reply to: Marathon Pacing Question #13284
    PFWinkler
    Participant

    Thanks Matt!

    in reply to: MAF vs. 80/20 Question #13280
    PFWinkler
    Participant

    Awesome. Thank you. I’m heading down the right path … just need to make a few slight adjustments. My field test results (recent 10K) are fairly similar to my Garmin zones, MAF zones, and my indoor LT test as well. Thanks again!

    in reply to: MAF vs. 80/20 Question #13276
    PFWinkler
    Participant

    Ok. Thank You. What is your favorite field test to do? I’m principally a run-based athlete. Also how do I plug in my Zones once I complete this field test?

    in reply to: MAF vs. 80/20 Question #13268
    PFWinkler
    Participant

    Very helpful article. Thank you David!

    If my LT was formally tested in a lab at 173 – what should my correct Zones be to follow the 80/20 plan?

    -Peter

    in reply to: MAF vs. 80/20 Question #13262
    PFWinkler
    Participant

    No – Zones were defined by the traditional 180 – current age: MAF calculation. I’ve also had two formal LT tests, which I was told my LT level occurs at 171 HR … does that help? Thank you so much for the help here!

    -Peter

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