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Incredible results from 3 months of Zone 2 Heart Rate Triathlon Training
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Incredible results from 3 months of Zone 2 Heart Rate Triathlon Training.

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  1. Annu Kun says:

    thanks this answers my question so i do 76 percent of my max HR 185 x75= 138 hr for zone 2……..got into cycling so your sayin if i keep doing "aerobic base zone 2" this would make me faster and fitter cyclist in the long term right? today i did an indor workout 90 min avr cadence was 95 and HR 133……….is this the way to get faster? if i do it for months and momths? also i spinner meaning if i do lower than 90 my HR goes up

  2. Golden Warrior - the art of longevity says:

    I’m 50 and have worked out for 37 years but never did cardio. I started doing zone 2 cardio six months ago because I was motivated by the benefits Peter Attia listed. I’ve noticed my heart rate at 140 (my target) which I keep steady walking at 15 degrees incline 3 mph walk is an improvement where at the beginning I hit 140 at 12.5 degrees incline at 2.7 mph. That’s quality data! .. also.. my abs shine through nicely as an added benefit! 🍻

  3. Weston Hood says:

    you're not supposed to do cold therapy within 2 hours of any kind of workout/weightlift, its been shown retract from your progress being made. I think its something about the constriciting of vessels that need to carry nutrients to the muscles and also detoxy the bloodstream, etc. And actually the latest research on the subject suggests that any cold exposure should be done FAR away from exercise, maybe more than 2 hours. Its kinda like the vitamin c taking away from the high oxidative stress that exercise gives you, blunts the stress, body doesn't adapt as much from it

  4. Sen Sam says:

    I competed in olympic weightlifting for 6 years and quit due to covid (and I'm honestly just tired of it). Started doing triathlon training just for fun since June. I've been doing a 20k bike + 5k run at Zone 2 periodically over the past 3 months (while doing lots of other Z2 training). My first attempt took 97 minutes, but today I finished in 83 minutes. Average HR is almost always 132, or just under 70% for me. I can feel I still have lots and lots of room for progress! I can't wait to do this same route next year and see how much it goes down by. But for now I think I'm going to have to increase the distance since this is meant to be ''90 min zone 2'' for me.

  5. Justin Bloomer says:

    Hi Taren, I done a 4 hour ride today and my HR was in zone 2 for most of the time but my power was all over the place with riding a little harder uphill and free wheeling downhill. Is this still good for training?

  6. Atasoy Atikan says:

    obviously you choose not to answer many youtube comments, but i will try my chances. what you are comparing here is heavily misleading. if you want to prove something "scientifically" then you must provide maximum amount of standartization. comparing an indoor and outdoor activitiy is ridiculous. you can go out and do a training for three hours and come back and show us the results, otherwise this is not credible.

  7. Ben G says:

    So hard to stay in zone 2. Once I tip over to zone 3 I find that my heart rate will go lower quite quickly when I stop jogging and start walking. However as soon as I start running again it goes back into zone 3. After I’ve gone into Zone 3 should I wait until My HR goes to Zone 1 and then start jogging again or start jogging when I’m in zone 2?! So frustrating

  8. D Bo says:

    Were you in the air conditioning.? Fan on.? What was the temp.? All have a huge impact on HR. My HR is always 10-15bpm higher on hot days then cooler days. Still too many variables not explained

  9. Giovanni Franzese says:

    Hi Taren! thanks for your videos and for sharing your experience and tip&tricks. Since a couple of weeks (3 times per week) I started using the low HR training (in my zone 2). Since then my VO2Max is falling… I have lost 2 points in two weeks. Is that normal? Will it keep falling or it will return back? 
    Thanks for your advice and kudos for your channel !!!

  10. T U says:

    This method is about steadily doing more distance and faster tempo on low heart rate, so you do harder things with the same effort. It seems to be very obvious concept. However it demands a lot of patience, and consistency.

  11. T U says:

    It seems to be straightforward that you need to make your training easier and easier – my goal as amateur runner is always to run some distance or some tempo in Zone2. So I never hard run to get some result, as I always have a goal of what i am able to do in 110 bpm.

  12. The System Thinkers Cafe says:

    I've been reading the theory behind this on trainingpeaks. Im confused ? From their description as intensity increases into zone 2 our muscles make ATP from fat and glycogen in type i muscle but as we move to zone 3 and beyond the type I muscle can't keep up with the demand and so type ii start to come into play which can only use glycogen for ATP synthesis. From this it sounds like at the top of zone 2 they type I muscles are going full belt but as we move into zone 3 the type I muscle still going full belt is supplemented by type ii muscle. If things are that simple why not just train in zone 3 or 4 where we get maximum training to our type I muscles and some benefit to our type ii thrown in for free. The alternative is that the type ii muscle actually takes over so type I isn't contributing as much in zone 3 as it did in zone ii but I can't find any literature on this. I know my basic assumption must be wrong based on what you exoert coach types see in practice but I'd like to understand the science. Do you know where I could see this? Thanks for great articles by the way. I love them:)

  13. Michael Futch says:

    To date for 2020, I have 94 run workouts according to my activity tracker. I went from running 1.3 miles at 12:57 to yesterday’s 8-3-2020 one mile time of 8:01. I also quit smoking five years ago after smoking for 28 and lost 30 pounds this year. Keep the heart rate loooooow for fat burning and endurance. The lowest I can keep my HR is 144 while jogging. You can’t have lasting speed without endurance. Good luck everyone.

  14. H Mar says:

    I'm a cyclist trying to incorporate the principals of Zone 2 training, but I find it difficult to keep my HR out of Zone 3 (for me 130-155 bpm, using your spreadsheet). Right now, I'm in the middle of Zwift's 4 -week Fondo Training routine, and even the warm-up itself puts me at the top of Zone 2. What steps can I take to help bring my HR down? If I'm doing dedicated, low effort Zone 2 workouts, is that something I should be doing exclusively?

  15. Momchil Andonov says:

    Thanks for the video. I hardly notice improvement running 9 km/h while still having average HR of around 175 and reaching a max of 190. I guess I need to start running 7 km/h until I notice improvement in endurance and lower HR.

  16. Jeff Davis says:

    Sorry but this really is a apple/oranges comparison. You can't really be comparing an outdoor ride with and indoor Zwift ride and hold the numbers as accountable. Go do the outdoor ride retracing the route during the same time of year and same conditions. This just isn't a valid comparison.

  17. John David Alexander says:

    I would love to see this type of analysis on compatible rides. This times and distances were close enough with these two rides but they were completely different styles of ride so difficult to make conclusions.

  18. Courtney Taylor says:

    I just tried the Zone 2 running… slowed down my pace by 2 minutes and I could only get to Zone 3 according to my Garmin 935… is the Garmin Zone 3 actually Zone 2 bc i dont even think i can run at a Zone 2… Anyone know please respond! thanks!

  19. Simon Frederic says:

    love the enthusiasm! But still these were fundamentally two different workouts with different protocols and in different environment. That doesn't say there isn't any benefit to low HR but that doesn't say there is either.

  20. Xavier says:

    I usually train in low heart rate on easy days, in summer I am afraid I can't keep up with zones 1-2 on easy days, and always end up pushing my beats at a comfortable pace, what to do when temperatures go up? 🥵

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