You are right!
The course is perfect. 26ft up and down very little. This will have no impact on your results.
so for my own clarification if you do your AeT test on a treadmill you want to compare your avg heart rate on the 1st half to the 2nd half.
if you do it outside it should be on a flat to gently rolling course preferably not an out and back and keep your heart rate as steady as possible and use the Pa:Hr over the entire test.
If your % difference on the treadmill is 3.5-5% your at your AeT. If your Pa:Hr is 3.5-5% your at your AeT as well correct?
also is this is my normal route, good enough for an AeT test? see pictures
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