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Slide Show: Heart-Rate-Based Training

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The corresponding ABC article Heart-Rate-Based Training is included.

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●   The presentation reviews the usefulness of heart rate monitoring within the context of overall ride/race success and aerobic fitness.

●   Many examples of heart rate recordings under difference circumstances are included. 

●   The usefulness of heart rate monitoring as a measure of aerobic work intensity is reviewed.

●   The limitations of heart rate monitoring as a measure of work intensity are reviewed. 

●   The importance of determining individual maximum heart rate; the uselessness of formulae (e.g. 220 - age) is reviewed. 

●   The variability of heart rate related to factors such as fatigue and weather conditions is demonstrated.


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