I'm new to polarized training, and have been a power-target training person for years. But, polarized training coaches are all about HR-based training (vs. power).
Having recently listened to Ep. 54 of the Velonews "Fast Talk" podcast about it, I decided to give it a go for a change this year. The goal: 80% of workouts (90% of time) at sub-AeT, and the rest are HARD - over AnT.
Here's what I have going. I realize it's not perfect, because it accommodates my personal restrictions on schedule / location and when I can train. I'm doing this indoors on my trainer:
Saturday, 3 hours @ well sub-AeT (at 68% MHR, 128bpm for me (188 mhr))
Sunday, 1 hour AnT intervals (hard) - see ErgDB
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1 hour @ precisely AeT (70% MHR, 141bpm for me) (though on Friday I can do 1.5 hours)
If anybody here is experienced in polarized training, please feel free to chime in.
I would need the power curve formula with the speed in MPH if you got it.
Also, make sure to check if the trainer is a not already listed in the trainer list, I know some trainer are rebranded with different name but actually use the same power curve.
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