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Old 07-19-07, 12:30 PM   #1
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Heart Monitor

I have a heart monitor and I am trying to figure out how to use it??
I checked my resting rate (~52 bpm) this morning and then used the
H.R.M. on the commute in this A.M. At one point I hit 160 bpm which
seemed like I was riding my normal hard ride level (not drop dead hard )
so I am wondering what should my plan be next?
Any suggestions.
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Old 07-19-07, 01:22 PM   #2
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check out the sticky in this forum called "2x20 Anaerobic threshold test".
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Old 07-19-07, 05:49 PM   #3
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Or check out this website:

I sent you through the wayback machine because Kevin's website is continually getting hacked - don't know why.
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