In this post I mentioned that I was using a Blink Heart Rate monitor because I can't see the numbers any more. It's flashing light shows me when I'm below JRA ( T1 or aerobic threshold), between T1 and T2 (T2 is anaerobic threshold) or above T2. Very simple. I like simple when it comes to trying to communicate with my class.
ICI/PRO member Chuck Cali has a fun video he shot as a way for users to learn a very simple assessment of T1 and T2. Except he doesn't call them T1 and T2... Instead he talks about Blue, Yellow and Red. Very simple 🙂
Please watch this and consider if this would be something you could teach on the bike as an introduction to Heart Rate training.
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