posted 11 Dec 2020 09:55, edited 11 Dec 2020 09:55
Might have hit nail on head for me lol, I only wear the garmin for run, then switch to Apple, so probs no idea what my RHR is
Do fancy upgrade on Garmin as I like it
Side note, 10k this morning and 960 cals
11 Dec 2020 12:01
Possibly because the margin on the smaller brands is much higher than nike/adidas who's products sell themselves.
posted 12 Dec 2020 14:23, edited 12 Dec 2020 14:23
Watches are off the preset hr of 220 - you’re age aren’t they?
Saying that not everyone will have the same heart rate even grouped within you’re age bracket or runners of you’re ability
Maximal oxygen test/vo2 is the only way to get a proper accurate reading of where you are I’ve always thought?
Lack of Rest, not being hydrate, stress, running conditions even volume of load/distance etc can effect
Is there anything else anyone can shed on it?
Feel it’s a bit of a rabbit hole or can be if you don’t have the proper numbers
I’ll do my harder session with a Hr monitor the rest just by watch
posted 16 Dec 2020 18:47, edited 16 Dec 2020 18:47
I have been doing some trail running recently, moving off road. Can’t beat it.
Picked up a pair of Nike Pegasus Trail 2 for off road runs and they feel like wellies lol, been running in Nike epic reacts for the last 12 months
How do you keep your running shoes smelling good? Mine always smell so bad
16 Dec 2020 19:45
Would mind knowing this either
Doesn’t help they get soaked most runs