There are various methods, ultimately it doesn't matter all that much which one since the result will be the same/similar and absolute accuracy is not that important. As such just do a Google search and pick a method.In what way?
Yeah, he told me he used to do that , but then felt it was a little dangerous to try and max it out (given it wasn't for a stage win in the TdF ), so thought it best not to do the sprint bit and just to add 3bpm on.Nearly workable, but when he can go no more he sprints flat out and more.
i got my vo2 testing done last week.Anybody into heart zone training? If so which method did you use to calculate you max heart rate and then your zones.
Has anyone had there v02 max measured and applied this to the various methods of obtaining max heart rate to see which is more accurate?
Very interestingi got my vo2 testing done last week.
i have my aerobic anerobic thresholds to work on now. the system apparently gives an accurate measure and matches blood lactate testing very well. TBH my anerobic threshold was lower than i imagined but the numbers are only useful in terms of an improvement goal.
on a max measured HR of 185
vo2 max was 58.4 ml/kg/min
aerobic threshold was 151 hr
anerobic threshold was 158 hr
the mets score was 16.5
power wise im not sure as the watt bike numbers didnt appear on the result sheet, but rose from 100 W to about 340 ish over the test duration of 23 mins.
i would say however that trying to breathe with the mask on was an experience!