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Watts and foot pods

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fabrice Chauliac Feb 22. 10 Replies

Hello, In your videos Eric, you often mention watts. A foot pod is it really useful or it remains a gadget for non elite runners (I know Jim Vance use power metric for his training plans)?Continue

Average HR below minimum value in 20 mn test tables

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fabrice Chauliac Jan 14. 4 Replies

Hi allI have slow HR (It rarely exceeds 160 BPM) so my average HR is below minimum value in 20 mn test tables (…Continue

 

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Fabrice Chauliac replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"Hi,  As planned, I come back after my mile test. I did it 20'' faster than previous test (thanks to the cool impossible) in 7'35'' with a power of 313w. After two weeks, I find power datas usefull and I'm willing…"
Feb 22
Fabrice Chauliac replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"I do not think it is possible with Suunto."
Feb 12
Jacob Cossairt replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"I should have mentioned: To get this accuracy advantage, you'll need to set your watch to always use the Stryd for pace and distance, and not all watches support that.  (The Garmin Fenix 3 does.) More info:…"
Feb 6
Eric Orton replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"Love this info, thanks for sharing. "
Jan 31
Fabrice Chauliac replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"Thanks for all this theory crafting. I'm impatient to receive my stryd and test that :) "
Jan 31
Jacob Cossairt replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"Even if you live in a flat area without hills, the Stryd has a benefit in providing improved accuracy for pace and distance vs. GPS: I did a comparison of Stryd vs. GPS earlier in the year, using a surveyor’s wheel as a control…"
Jan 30
Fabrice Chauliac replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"I'm doing the 10th week of the first phase of cool impossible. I will redo test soon. I'll let you know it. Thanks for this cool offer. "
Jan 30
Eric Orton replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"I will be doing more videos on watts and training plans, which I think will be more effective than a new book! But YES, if you have The Cool Impossible, use the One Mile test chart to design your watts - using the avg watts for your one miler. If…"
Jan 30
Fabrice Chauliac replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"Maybe a new chapter for the next The Cool Impossible. Thanks for your answer :)"
Jan 29
Eric Orton replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Watts and foot pods
"Great question Fabrice.  I think watts are extremely useful for assigning effort on trails. I have coached with power for years in cycling and I use power in coaching many of my ultra athletes.  I will be making more watt/power driven…"
Jan 29
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Watts and foot pods

Hello, In your videos Eric, you often mention watts. A foot pod is it really useful or it remains a gadget for non elite runners (I know Jim Vance use power metric for his training plans)?See More
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Fabrice Chauliac replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Average HR below minimum value in 20 mn test tables
"I use a chest trap. Thank a lot for theses zones I will use during my eighth week of training :) "
Jan 14
Eric Orton replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Average HR below minimum value in 20 mn test tables
"OK, this looks good and consistent. And, your speed meshes great between the two tests. Lets use these zones below.  BUT quick question, do you use a chest strap or rely on a wrist monitoring HR? HR Zone 1: 0-113 Zone 2: 114-124 Zone 3:…"
Jan 13
Fabrice Chauliac replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Average HR below minimum value in 20 mn test tables
"Thanks for your Answer Eric :) I would rate my effort scale at 9. Maybe I could have run a little bit faster but without being sure to finish the 20 minutes I covered 2.4 miles in this 20 minutes and with an average HR of 147 1 mile test :…"
Jan 12
Eric Orton replied to Fabrice Chauliac's discussion Average HR below minimum value in 20 mn test tables
"Hi Fabrice - Everyone's HR is different and I think we can come up with a plan. On a effort scale of 1 - 10 (ten being very hard), how would you rate this test from an effort stand point? Do you know approx how much distance you covered in…"
Jan 11

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