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Dropping resting HR



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  1. 1. To drop your resting HR you need to do more off:

    • Endurance training
    • Interval training
    • It about the time, not the type of training
    • Its genetics - above wont help

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So my resting HR is not moving at all after months. I really would like to see a sub 60 HR (Im 41 years of age).

I cant really train more time I'm a week-end warrior but I can change the type of training I do.


Whats my best bet?

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Tabata intervals twice a week. Shouldnt take you more than 15 minutes. Question is whether you can handle the pain.

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Go to fittrack.co.za ,will get all the info there


had to go look for it..... but this is what I found:



Terrain: Flat

Description: 20sec sprints (100% effort) and 10 sec rest – try to do 8 in a row. Do your best to get through it all!

RPE 10+

HR 90-100% (use RPE for this interval due to CL)

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