Let me post this one, for this case might be a lesson also for the other self-coached athletes. I searched in this forum but there seems to be no such a clear derailment reported as this. This case may be precious in some sense.
The story is in the attached pdf.
I reflect about this unexpected outcome’s possible cause.
It may be that I have been stimulating my anaerobic system not small degree. Possibilities can be guessed are as follows.
1) Steep sections in trail running and hiking / mountaineering
The heart rate gets out of the limit even I walk. Precise percentage of those excess can’t be obtained, but I guess one-fourth of these activity duration. That is, (12+13)*0.25 = 6.25% of the total hours (please refer in the attached for the numbers).
2) Same limit (HR 140 BPM for running) applied to rollerski
I did, knowing that it is not wise. Because, I had to find suitable location for the measurement in rollerski. And there are several parameters in crosscountry ski (classic or free? diagonal or double polling?). Measurement in April was my first experience. I began it in rather easy format.
Said that, its complexity doesn’t justify applying the limit for running to ski. My anaerobic system may have been working decently in rollerski (I am planning measurement in rollerski now).
3) The limit was wrong in the first place even for running
Any comment will be appreciated.
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