Heart Rate Training
Have questions about heart rate training? Need help with your new and fancy sports watch? Ready to take your training to the next level?
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If getting better at any sport was only about training more and harder there would be more happy, strong and fast athletes. Instead, the secret to performance is listening to how the body feels and giving it what it needs.
Using heart rate zones is a great way to optimize training for specific purpose and make it ultra effective. 'Training in zones' means structuring sessions around a specific effort level to adapt it for certain needs (strength, power, endurance, recovery, etc.). This approach produces very effective results, even at low training volume.
Heart Rate Is A Great Tool To Learn The Fine Art Of Tuning In With Your Body.
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