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    pult on · in reply to: training effect/improvement #37924

    Dear Scott,

    many thanks for the encouraging respond. I struggled a little with z1/2 training as we do have a poor winter season here and instead of several ski mountaining tours I struggled in my hilly area, without snow. A 4 to 6 h ski mountaining tour would have easily reduced my too high Z3 /4 proportion.
    Nevertheless very important to beat the Z1 /2 drum. I will do my very best! And snow is coming!

    Thanks

    Heiko


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: training effect/improvement #37840

    Hi Dada,

    I repeated the treatmill procedure of the old measurement but without Lactat sampling. Based on the speed and HR I was able to plot a comparative graph (every 3min 2km/h plus) and HR at those speeds were lower than the old measurement. Interestingly at the initial 6 km/h the new HR was higher than the old, but at all other speeds HR was now lower by 3 to 4 beats. Consequently also at AeT and AnT, or the pace was better at old figures.

    BW

    Heiko


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: training effect/improvement #37812

    Hey Dana,

    the Z3 and Z4 time simply happened but I aimed for 5 to 10 percent.

    Bw
    Heiko


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: Aerobic Deficiency Syndrome (ADS) / Aerobic Threshold Run #37112

    Fantastic reply Scott, thank you, very helpful.

    Sorry for the issue with “The first column has five shades of red, while others have four.” I amended my zones on 11.Nov 2019 after book reading and that column was with the old zones (should have mentioned that, sorry). Upper limit Z5 was max heart rate (before 11.Nov), upper limit Z3 was lactat threshold, so now Z4 is likely former days Z4 plus Z5…..

    BW

    Heiko


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: Aerobic Deficiency Syndrome (ADS) / Aerobic Threshold Run #37092

    Many thanks Scott,

    interesting that my time in Z3/Z4 is too high (figure only shows Z1-Z4). I thought the Uphill Athlete book says, that Z3/Z4 should be 10-15% of all – may be my memory is wrong.

    November 2019: Z3/Z4 = 7.2% Z5 = 0%*
    December 2019: Z3/Z4 = 12.3% Z5 = 0%*
    January 2020: Z3/Z4 = 15.8% Z5 = 0%*
    February 2020: Z3/Z4 = aimed for 12% Z5 = 0%*
    January 2020: Z3/Z4 = aimed for 12% Z5 = 0%*

    What is your recommended time in Zone 3/4?

    Thanks

    Heiko

    *As the Uphill Athlete books define Z5 >max heart rate, I do not train in Z5


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: Uphill Bike Carry – small hills and many repetitions #37052

    sorry typo above its NOT 18-23% steep but degree > 18┬░-23┬░steep…


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: Running or Nordic Walking @Z1/Z2 #36199

    Ski striding is exactly what we call Nordic Walking here in Germany

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    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: Running or Nordic Walking @Z1/Z2 #36198

    Ski striding is what we call Nordic Walking ?


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: Running or Nordic Walking @Z1/Z2 #36197

    Dear Scott,

    many thanks for the swift reply. Yep it’s fast walking plus using poles very actively and bigger strides, doing so uphill and running flat (without poles) . This is a sportive training I know from XC Athletes not the comfortable paseo style! Aim:Hut to Hut ski mountaining.
    Bw
    Heiko


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: How do I get faster @(or below) AeT? #34589

    Hi,

    lets pass them and do the tour twice

    Heiko


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: How do I get faster @(or below) AeT? #34569

    Dear Dada,

    I have read your comment with interest and tried to figure it out with a 100hm ski tour opening the this year winter season. I am not very trained (doing 300h sports/ year, however doing ski tours since 38years – but now not living in the Alps since 20years just only 10-15 skitours/year)
    I tried to stay in Z1 for that ski tour at the weekend and this resulted in 70% Z1 and 30% Z2 with 2h for 800 height meters. It was hard to keep the slow pace but you should be able to do Z2 ski tours – with or without guests

    Heiko


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: New trainigsplan but not able to keep fitness score CTL #34565

    Hi community,

    any additional thoughts to my query? (Short summary of 11.Dec query: I am barely able to keep my CTL having changed my TP to 90% Z1 and 10% Z3/Z4 compared to my log year history of training, monitored over 5 years by Trainingpeaks)

    If I increase intensity, I would fail to train 90% in Z1 as recommended by Uphill Athlete Book. Should I continue or train Z1/Z2 instead of solely Z1 or instead of 10% Z3/Z4 now 20% Z3/Z4 trainings?
    BW
    Heiko


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: New trainigsplan but not able to keep fitness score CTL #34277

    Thanks Terry,

    I use TP since several years. I would tend to increase volume and intensity, did this this week successfully but this reduces Z1 training which is against uphill Athlete book recommendation?
    Heiko


    Participant
    pult on · in reply to: Recovery schedule @ 4 of 7 days training plan #31760

    Thank you for the swift reply. Indeed I use trainingspeaks since some years and I try to be in “Form” minus 5 to max – 20 constantly. So no extra recovery weeks then, except Form is less then – 20?

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