The Bike Blog
The Bike Blog
07 May
2015

HEART RATE MONITORING

CYCLING

 The pulsations in cycling are very important but we must not become obsessed with them. In Bike Experience Tenerife want to clarify some important aspects on this important issue for cyclists.

There are many times that the rider pays much attention to carrying pulse while pedaling, we should clarify that the most important thing is to look at the wheel of teammate you pedaling or group of cyclists who are training at the same time with you. We must take the training computer eye but never lose all the training in being continually looking, because the most important is our physical integrity.

We also, if we do not obsess the same keystrokes that our fellow fatigue and that should not be cause for alarm. What we want to clarify with these six points is why wearing high pulsation and improve as a result of these explanations and not otherwise.

 

  1. IS MORE IMPORTANT THE PERCENTAGE THAN THE PRESSES.

Keep in mind that what matters is to control the percentage that you work on your maximum heart rate and not the pulse itself. That is, if you and your partner presses 200 175, if you go to 70% of maximum heart rate, mean in your case take with 140 beats and the other 122 beats. What is the same, the difference is 18 pulses but are working both on the same scales acceptably.

  1. RESULT OF TIMELY HEALTH PROBLEM.

If you are used to pedal with your fellow sufferer and that day are with the pulse through the roof, do not be alarmed, just may be incubating an infectious or bout of flu, so you take the altered organism. Quiet as it will recover.

  1. LACK OF RECOVERY.

If that day does not come down after the pulse train about normal scales, you probably do not have rested and recovered as it should, so you must stop and recover a bit.

  1. THE STOPPAGE ARE PART OF THE TRAINING.

If you see the days go and your heart rate does not reach those optimal scales, the slowdown is likely to be the perfect solution. Rest a reasonable time to recover and start with other training methods that improve our heart rate.

  1. BODY OUT.

Normally at the end of the training you will come with high pulse, if not lower as it should is due to organic, calm, over the weeks it will be monitoring fatigue.

  1. MY FRIEND THE LIQUID.

If we train with high temperatures and not optimally hydrate us, what we're doing is losing the plasma body needs, so our pulse will remain high as the blood thickens. Usually this happens when we are not well trained.

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