The training programs are great but geared for a 10K as your race goal.
I would highly recommend this book for those who want to use a HRM to improve their performances and have some fun at the same time.
The primary emphasis of this book is on how to use a heart rate monitor for sports performance improvements.
Simple and straight to the point. Great companion to begin heart rate trainingPublished 10 days ago by Paul D. Maidstone
This book is written in an easy to understand manner. Quick to the point, and you are out the door and using things you have learned from it right away.Published 5 months ago by Carlin
I'm a triathlete and have been doing winter maintenance training that includes 2 Zone 2 runs a week. My Zone 2 HR is what Parker has as the 70% ceiling. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Name withheld because stalkers Google me and I find it annoying
Wonderful, easy-to-read book that explains the "nuts and bolts" of heart monitor training. Must read for anyone interested in running or training with a heart rate monitor.Published 11 months ago by Donnagrimes
Great book if you want to understand the why and how of heart rate training. I used the first edition in training for my first marathon years ago.. Read morePublished 12 months ago by D. Hess
Though I did not buy this for heart rate training for running, the book lays heart rate training out in a really easy and understandable way so you will know what you are doing and... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alan F Taylor
Very well written, easy to follow, and honest. Going through my first 10 km race since I started the program about a month ago, it helped a lot to remember the author's words about... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Laura S.
I think this approach may work for some, but it made me way slower. I train hard on hard days so it was not lack of guts, it just made me slower. Read morePublished 14 months ago by L. Nelson
This is the best book on heart rate monitor training for runners out there. It goes in depth on everything from finding your resting and max all the way to training in your heart... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alexander Solon