The Heart Rate Monitor Book for Outdoor and Indoor Cyclists: A Heart Zone Training Program

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Two fitness experts team up to show cyclists how to optimize training by incorporating heart rate monitoring into their workouts. Provided are 25 workouts at three training levels; a heart rate chart showing the five zones athletes should target; information on indoor bikes and trainers; and a sample log book.

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Overview

Two fitness experts team up to show cyclists how to optimize training by incorporating heart rate monitoring into their workouts. Provided are 25 workouts at three training levels; a heart rate chart showing the five zones athletes should target; information on indoor bikes and trainers; and a sample log book.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931382045
  • Publisher: VeloPress
  • Publication date: 6/28/2002
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 244
  • Sales rank: 855,572
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.08 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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Edwards has raced for 30 years and won the women's divisions at the 1997 RAAM (Race Across America) and the Western States 100 Miler, and formerly held the master's world record at the Ironman Triathlon and the Iditashoe 100 Mile snowshoe race. She is a professional triathlete, having finished all 55 of the Danskin Triathlons over the past 10 years, and serves as the national spokesperson for the event. She has had top finishes at the Eco-Challenge Adventure Race, the Outdoor Quest in China, and the Olympic Marathon trials. She is a professional speaker who gives speeches on both fitness and success in life to audiences around the world.

Reed is the athletic director of the Bellevue Club, a large multipurpose club and hotel in Bellevue, Washington, and the creator of the training system used in the Heart Zones Cycling series. For the past three years, she has traveled around the country writing, speaking, and teaching workshops at camps, seminars, and programs on Heart Zones Cycling. She has written more than 100 workouts, three manuals, including an intructor's manual for the Heart Zones Cycling training program, and has led seminars and workshops as the founder, master trainer, and spokesperson for Heart Zones Cycling.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2010

    Valuable reference tome, good for beginners

    Starts with the basics around why heart rate-based training makes good sense, then offers a basic structure for how to set up a plan. Finally, it includes a lot of profiles - meaning simulated bike rides - for riding a stationary bike.

    Well-structured for going back and referring to specific items. The profiles are useful for beginners in particular.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2004

    Great Training Tool!

    I bought this book on the advice of a fellow forum member when I began searching for training information. The book is packed full of all kinds of workouts for varying levels of fitness. Tons of important information about HOW to train your body to do the work you want it to. I highly recommend this book for anyone looking to kick-up their HRM training and bring themselves to the next level.

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