Can you please share the Training Peaks links of your AeT Tests?
So couple of weeks ago I did a LT test (30 minute all out field test) and my LT HR is 173.
I did twice an AeT test, one with a HR of 142, but de decoupling was only 2%
A couple of weeks later I retried the test early in the morning, but could not raise my Harare to a decent start HR. So I canceled the test.
Today I just ran without only workout, just running. But definitely a quicker pace then my normal long run pace (30-40 seconds per K quicker)
In the end it was more or less then 1 hour after a warmup. What I noticed is that during that hour my decoupling was only 3% with an average HR of 162.
So, my question. How do you know what your AeT heart rate is?
Both my hour runs were within 5% decoupling ratio, but both average HR of both runs are not even close to each other.
Can it be that my AeT is really 162? (What I don’t believe) Or is it more around 142?
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So, here are my two tests
This one is my first ever AeT test roughly 8 weeks ago. Decoupling was below 3,5%. So I went to slow.
This one is a run from the beginning of this week and not at all intended to be an AeT test. The part that the HR was stable is only 51 minutes.
I’m just confused were my AeT is. Should I do my next AeT more around 147 (5 beats more then my first AeT run) or should I start much higher and more towards the 160?
PS, sorry for the cryptic URLs, otherwise my replies were not allowed
Sorry for hijacking this thread.
I thought that the decoupling should be close to 5%. My AeT test was 0,8% at 136bpm tpks(dot)ws(forward slash)3X7RVAHIMU2J3TI4FEYTRMETSU and my AnT test was 147bpm tpks(dot)ws(forward slash)NPYNKLVZRIU6VTI4FEYTRMETSU
Should i repeat my AeT test? I think if I push harder it won’t be a conversational pace