Posts Tagged ‘HRV’

Nothing to report, just tapering

Tweet The last several blog posts and the next several ones will be quite boring. Taper is not the most exciting part of the training. I feel my performance is increasing. Monday’s 5 x 1 mile done with the marathon pace were very good. HR didn’t go higher than 150, which is technically a recovery […]

Rest week

Tweet Recovery is going very slow. By the beginning of next week I should be able to perform at my highest level. Next week starts the last and the longest mesa-cycle: race preparation. I’m going to have an interval ladder on Monday and 15 miles medium-long run on Tuesday. I will be able to do […]

This is actually harder than I thought

Tweet Ok, 5 days of physical bliss (153 snowboarding runs and 47 running miles in 5 days) was actually taxing.  I feel slightly tired and HRV shows a considerable decline in the form: All runs last week happened at 4200 ft above the sea level. Predictably, resting HR, measured in the mornings, shows a sharp decline. After […]

First signs of overtraining

Tweet The last couple of weeks I felt a little bit less motivated than usual. Work was hard and a bit stressful. I even had reservations before going to workouts. Was is just stress or signs of true overtraining? Let’s look at other parameters: training performance: High. I had a very nice tempo intervals workout […]