Tuesday Tip: Record your training load

Why record training load with ithlete? It is strongly recommended athletes record training load in ithlete to add depth and meaning to their heart rate variability (HRV) data. Recovering from a hard session? Recording training load can often explain daily ithlete...

Simon Wegerif’s Polarised Training Challenge Part 5

In this 4th update, I’d like to run through the preparation for the first real test of the season – the Hampshire Hilly Hundred – a course designed to make the most of the rolling countryside of north Hampshire. The section of chart below is my heart rate...

Simon Wegerif’s Polarised Training Challenge Part 2

Polarised Training – the first weeks As promised, here is the first update on my progress having modified my training program from a ‘ride fairly hard fairly often’ to a program where I try to ride either below aerobic threshold (in my case a heart rate of...

Introducing Precision Pulse

Our heart rate monitor, ithlete HRM, was almost a secondary app, taking a back seat to ithlete. Not any more  This app has undergone a complete re-vamp to bring it up to date as the most accurate heart rate monitor for serious athletes. And to go with the new design,...

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