"[This book] is the most complete aid yet to assist getting full value from heart rate technology." --Mike Nunan
I'm sure there is good info in here... just don't feel like surfing to find it.
I don't know why more people do not use zone training...but it is really the most common sense, safe, and effective way to train.
I don't doubt that the author is knowledgeable on this topic since she has a number of other heart rate training related books.
sally has some great training methods in this book. Im an occassional biker/jogger and use this book when I want to change things up. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Travis
Some of the others who left comments were right on. 1. One could easily fit the information in a much smaller book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by L. Jamison
Way too complicated. You need to have a PhD to understand everything in this book. I'm sure there is good info in here... just don't feel like surfing to find it.Published 7 months ago by Dr. Matthew W. Miller
Great book! Really helps you understand Your heart rate and when your training too hard or not enough. I feel the change in my body!Published 18 months ago by Paul Aparo
I'm 50, and wanted a safe way to get back into running distances along with improving my pace. This book gave guidelines for various levels of training (just starting, weight loss,... Read morePublished on January 30, 2012 by CWard
very informative and to the point. The book is easy to understand and put to use. Great for beginners and professionals.Published on December 27, 2010 by bike748
Anyone who works out should read this book! I don't know why more people do not use zone training...but it is really the most common sense, safe, and effective way to train. Read morePublished on October 30, 2008 by D.C.M.
My congratulations to Sally Edwards. Her book is a little encyclopedia about heart function during sports process. Read morePublished on November 9, 2006 by Amazon Customer