First, don’t do this test after a weightlifting session. Be rested.
You need to warm up running. Then you need the average HR of the first 30 minutes (the warm-up doesn’t count) and the average HR of the second 30 minutes.
I wouldn’t call it a stable HR when it suddenly is 17 beats higher, but I can’t tell you why this happens. Maybe just not lifting weights before helps.
Help heart rate drift test part 2
So I redid my drift rate test and got it to do a graph on wahoo fitness. I was nice and warmed up and I had just done a pretty good weightlifting session so I set the Treadmill 23.5% and 3.3 speed and my heart rate seem to be pretty stable at 105-107 BPM’s. My average for the whole hour was 107 but I got these spikes up to 123 but I also got some very low spikes as well, anyways I’m guessing that my aerobic threshold would still be higher? Or do I have complete ADS? If anyone smart could give me their opinion I would so very much appreciate it
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