This test was done with an air temp of about 40, cloudy skies and a slight breeze that stiffened a little for the last two runs.
I need help interpreting what some of the data means.
|Lactate Threshold Testing|
|140||11:34||7:45||slow pace hard to not go fast|
|150||10:40||7:09||still slow, keep track of laps|
|160||10:02||6:43||a little quicker|
|170||9:27||6:20||at 169. breathing, fear 180|
|180||9:03||6:04||at 176. This is allot of work I can feel the legs, heavy breath, lower energy, had enough|
|160||9:27||6:20||at 159 moving along|
|170||9:02||6:03||at 168 this can be work|
|180||9:01||6:02||at 171 slow start, enough strong finish|
|I dropped off trying to achieve the 180HR. After six weeks of training my HR improved versus running at all intensities. A pace that used to require 170 HR now required less than 160 HR.|
|160||9:15||6:10||at 158||form focus|
|180||9:06||6:04||at 164||mentall challenge|
|The 160 HR was most comfortable. 170 and 180 were difficult to achieve and the 180 was with a stiffer wind and loss of energy. Working on breathing, form and mental. 2 minute recovery.After the 170 I had enough, when I got home I was starving and cold. Only water and no breakfast before the run.|
Training: tests 11.5m, no issues