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Old May 7th, 2018, 05:19 PM   #1
kentek
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Default Over trained; over exerted

Hi, as a guy 75+ in years, I have to let you all know that it is very possible to over exert every time you do a training run (roll).
My usual session is about 9-1/2 mi completed usually in about 56 minutes.

What has led me to believe I have been training too hard is that my resting pulse is staying too high @ 75+ bpm. Used to be around 60-65.

So, yesterday I concentrated on holding my roll a bit longer. Yes, speed came down but recovery was faster.
I will try this for a few weeks and see what happens.
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