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Old 06-16-06, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by DocRay
Aside from all those posts, Max HR means nothing in terms of performance or fitness.
Sure, except it can allow you to determine HR zones that are pretty good for determining stress on your body from exercising (the zones, that is). So training in Zone 2 will require a different amount of rest and can be done for a different length of time than a Zone 4 workout. I've personally found these work much better at keeping up my progress and keeping down overtraining than going by feel.
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