Aerobic HR training - experiences and results

2 watchers
Sep 2017
10:09am, 18 Sep 2017
First-time poster!!
  • 0
I've recently started doing some zone 2 HR training for both cycling and running. At present feels very/fairly easy, looking to see if others have done similar training and what sort of difference/results they have seen in terms of speed increases. Also how do you cope with HR and hills when cycling (don't feel like getting off and walking my bike up a hill).
Training for Ironman Wales 2018 so looking to increase endurance capacity over the winter
Sep 2017
12:53pm, 18 Sep 2017
1,268 posts
  • 0
Welcome to Fetch Ken! There is a HR forum here which has some very knowledgeable posters, you may be better asking in there
Sep 2017
1:27pm, 18 Sep 2017
7,533 posts
  • 0
Good luck in Tenby :)

TRO on this thread is an experienced AG Kona chaser.
Oct 2017
8:11pm, 22 Oct 2017
131 posts
  • 0
How do you define zone2?
I see lots of different definitions online for "zones".

Apologies... am a scientist.
7 Jan
8:05am, 7 Jan 2022
First-time poster!!
  • 0
[Removed by moderator]

Got something to say?

To join the discussion, sign in or join us.

About This Thread

Maintained by Ken1981
I've recently started doing some zone 2 HR training for both cycling and running. At present fe...

Related Threads

  • training

The Ultra League

See the longest runs, rides, swims and walks from any given year on Fetcheveryone


Use your credits to buy and sell runners to make a profit. And 14 Fetch Virtual Badges up for grabs. Just for fun!

Are you doing the right training?

See typical mileage, pace and long run stats for every distance and goal. See a comparison with your own training.

Heart Rate Analysis

See your heart rate training data from the last 12 months broken down in technicolour.

Back To Top

Free training & racing tools for runners, cyclists, swimmers & walkers.

Fetcheveryone lets you analyse your training, find races, plot routes, chat in our forum, get advice, play games - and more! Nothing is behind a paywall, and it'll stay that way thanks to our awesome community!
Get Started
Click here to join 109,350 Fetchies!
Already a Fetchie? Sign in here