You’ll need an hour’s worth of data (after the warm-up) to really look at the drift and find that AeT. Also you’ll want to also do a field AnT test too, you don’t want to accidentally be working out at your AnT instead of AeT.
I am new to this forum, but recently bought a couple of books from uphill athlete.
Reading about the ADS, I found my self wondering whether this would be something I could be in risk of (or even in the middle of it).
I analysed a few of my longer, steady runs and found over time my heart rate does not really drift. My way to analyse this was to upload them to “graphmyrun” and see what the heart rate vs. pace does for splits of 2 or even 5 miles.
Basically, I can run at a given pace with my HR around 170bpm and see that the last 2 miles have the same average bpm (while also same pace) than the first 2 miles.
Now, from a data analysis perspective, I cannot see a reason why this would not indicate that my aerobic threshold is >170bpm right?
Maybe, I am overthinking this a little bit but would love to hear some more opinions on this.
I attach a few screenshots of the analyses, however the warm up is included (discard the first split)?
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