Advait, Short answer is no, I ignore IF and just go by duration and target HR. Longer answer is IF originally comes out of cycling metrics and tries to gauge intensity with finding the ratio between Normalized power and FTP (functional threshold power). This works pretty well with really accurate power measurements in the cycling world but less well once you stray into footbourne training so I just ignore it.
Gap between planned and actual IF of a particular workout @MarkPostle
Although I kept my HR in zone 2 as suggested there was a discrepancy between the Planned and actual IF.
Am I expected to increase the intensity to match the planned IF?
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