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- July 10th, 2020, 3:34 am
- Forum: Training
- Topic: Maffetone Heart Rate Training
- Replies: 112
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And Lydiard. As I wrote, these principles have been known in running for almost 100 years. Do you really think that Lydiard got those principles out to the general public? How many in this thread except you and me have ever heard about Lydiard's training principles? Me He also went for very high vo...
That sjors 30r20 is so far outside my frame of reference that I can't even really grasp it, but as someone that has done a fairly significant amount of squatting and deadlifting but minimal aerobic training, I'm fairly confident that aerobic capacity is my limiting factor. I don't really have a goo...
Tanks Henry. Yes, I'm thinking some PB's from 2017 are in reach. Is there a rule of thumb between this workout and 30min free-rate? FYI - My best 30r20 was 1.44.9 and free rate 30 min 1.43.1. Free rate should have been closer to 1.42 but never gave it a go. Think it could be 3 seconds orso. In rowi...
Nice! Getting in a pretty ok shape again.sjors wrote: ↑July 9th, 2020, 7:31 amSame inspiration here: 30min/599str/8265m (1:48.8)
Only 4 meters less then in my PB-year. So also quite satisfied.
ahh I'm not surprised it has been discussed before. I wil browse the forums And yes, I can easily be a leightweight. But then its the same issue in terms of unfair comparisons, but now I have the advantage. Though I should point out people 10-15kg less then me can certainly leave me for dead. Some ...
- July 9th, 2020, 2:29 am
- Forum: Training
- Topic: What Training Have You Done Today?
- Replies: 28230
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I had a goal to do a skierg Marathon, don’t know if I get obe done. I only do one if I more or less know for sure it will turn out ok. That would be quite an achievement! Especially since one can row faster than one can ski. The duration would be longer but I think the impact on the body would not ...
Depends a bit. If you do it hard, say 95% effort or above its clearly a timetrial effort. Once a week certainly not more. Or less. But it can also be done on lower intensity. Ut2 would be very doable, ut1 could be done a few times per week. In itself there is nothing magical about it. The way you b...
- July 8th, 2020, 2:16 pm
- Forum: Training
- Topic: New Personal Best! Brag About That New Pb!
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https://i.postimg.cc/nsCFB3Hp/IMG-20200708-175327-670.jpg I need to not do 30r20 sessions more often. PB by 124m and it was January 5th the last time I have tried a TT for this session, and I think it's only my sixth ever 30r20 TT. I was expecting to scrape in just over 8k as I have only done slow ...
Where would you suggest working this into a training schedule? As I've pretty much lived on Pete Plan variants up until this point, I've never done a 30r20. Right now I just started a new training program where I'm targeting 6 UT2, 2 UT1, 1 AT, and 1 AR session per cycle with two rest days built in...
- July 8th, 2020, 12:00 pm
- Forum: Competition
- Topic: Static vs. Dynamic ERG Split Differences
- Replies: 12
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Since body-mass speed changes are smaller on the dyno or slides than on a static erg, there can be no doubt that less work is needed to cause those changes. How that work can be recovered on a static, or used elsewhere on any type of dyno, depends on physics first and second on finding and using wa...