Ptr1311, Author at 80/20 Endurance

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  • in reply to: LTHR dilemma #15252
    Ptr1311
    Participant

    Thank you to both of you, for your input and advice.

    in reply to: LTHR dilemma #15250
    Ptr1311
    Participant

    Hi Matt, thank you for your input as well.

    Would you recommend then to stick to the training LTHR zones? In this case 177 for the purpose of improving my fitness?

    I know that probably to get a accurate answer a lab test would be my best choice.

    Thank you

    in reply to: LTHR dilemma #15247
    Ptr1311
    Participant

    I will try to train for a while with a 190 LTHR and see how my body takes it.

    But it would be good to know if there is more people who experience this. And mostly, how healthy is it. I had my heart checked a few weeks ago and it is healthy as it gets.

    in reply to: LTHR dilemma #15245
    Ptr1311
    Participant

    It is the Garmin HR Pro so it should be reasonable data.

    in reply to: LTHR dilemma #15243
    Ptr1311
    Participant

    I did use the calculator to determine my pace zones. But I wonder about the HR zones. Because having 190 as LTHR is unrealistic IMHO. But theoretically (I might be completely wrong about this) if I am able to hold this HR for 1 hour and 40 minutes then my LTHR could be even higher. Just food for thought, but it is puzzling for me.

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