Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Crosstraining/Running Equivalents

You can minimize the wear and tear on your body by replacing up to 25 percent of your mileage with biking, swimming, deep water running, elliptical training, or other aerobic non-weight bearing exercises. Do these activities at a pace that will get your heart rate in your training range and count how many miles you would have run during the time spent doing the alternative training as “running equivalent mileage.” This according the NY marathong training recommendations.

Kurt, what is your heart rate in a spinning class for an hour?


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