THE HEART RATE MONITOR BOOK is for anyone who wants to learn about the use of one of the most important pieces of exercise equipment today. Get the information you need to start the fitness program that works! The heart rate monitor has the potential to revolutionize training for health, fitness, and competition.
Since it has been possible to wear a heart rate monitor on your wrist, nearly everyone has been able to monitor and control their training load and intensity, for these small gadgets provide accurate biofeedback. Monitors have made rapid advances in recent years. As well as accurately measuring heart rate, they can now be used to run tests to determine individual training zones, fitness or stress levels. There are also many programs that are able to structure training more effectively. But how can one find and use such a gadget for one's personal goals? How should an endurance, therapeutic or cardiac rehabilitation workout best be structured? The book gives competent answers to all the questions you may have concerning training with a heart rate monitor. It aims to make you more autonomous so that you can plan your own training.
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Chris Carmichael has trained many of the world's best cyclists, and now he offers his invaluable training tips, cutting-edge workout programs, and state-of-the-art exercises to help readers find their ultimate ride. In this book, he gives riders of all abilities an insider's guide to getting fitter, faster, and on to the champion's platform. With photographs and illustrated exercises, The Ultimate Ride helps build a strong foundation for incremental leaps in fitness, times, and techniques. Nutritional advice, goal-setting methods, and mental exercises complement the physical training tips, to make this the only cycling fitness book an enthusiast will ever need.