Some experts believe that power meters and speed and distance devices have made heart rate monitors irrelevant.
Most runners train too hard, too often.
No fancy equipment needed — just your finger, a notebook and one minute a day.
In training as in life, sometimes discretion is the better part of valor.
Just because your pace remains consistent pace doesn't mean your heart rate will, too.
Alan Culpepper describes some basic guidelines to consider if you want to use heart rate in your training.
Could it be possible your heart-rate monitor is holding you back from reaching your potential?
Heart rate monitors are useful, but hardly essential.
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