What was your exertion level here? Did it feel all day sustainable? Were you able to nose breathe?
Negative heart-rate drift?
Hi Scott and Mark
I will be in the mountains on Monday, so tried to do the AeT test today.
I used a Treadmill at 10% for 60 min at a constant speed and started at a heart rate of 130 (during my warmup I aimed for 135bpm, but found it already rising during the warmup to 140bpm so dropped down till it stabilised) – http://tpks.ws/3OXEKNRTOCS7S5466GPFFKYO4E
Warmup was a total of 20 mins at around 135bpm after cycling to the gym.
Anyway, in the results, I now have a negative HR drift of -5%, finishing at 120bpm.
I obviously undershoot the target rate massively and will try again next week, but I was still surprised to see a negative drift – I didn’t know that could happen?
Any enlightenment on this would be appreciated!
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