Monthly Archives: February 2015
You’ll find below a calculator that will give you an equivalent bike power (in watts) for a given running pace. To use it, simply enter your weight (in lbs) in the first white cell then a given (flat) run pace (in the format h:m:ss) in the cell below. E.g. for 8:30/mi, enter “0:8:30”.
In previous columns I wrote about resting heart rate and heart rate recovery and more recently about the basics of heart rate variability (HRV), where we developed some basic definitions and terminology. This column looks specifically at the use of HRV in endurance training.