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MoAlpha 10-20-21 12:32 PM


Originally Posted by bampilot06 (Post 22276658)
I donít think iíve gotten that high. Hit 175 I think today.

At your age, 200 should be doable. Do a nice set of 3 min suprathreshold intervals and take the last one up to Z7 until you lose bowel and bladder control.

datlas 10-20-21 12:50 PM

Max HR really varies by individual. It’s not a sign of good or bad heart health or fitness.

indyfabz 10-20-21 12:52 PM

Lplo

WhyFi 10-20-21 01:10 PM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 22276781)
Max HR really varies by individual. Itís not a sign of good or bad heart health or fitness.

Nonsense. We want to see bam lose bladder and sphincter control on the way to 200bpm, and we won't let your learned words sway us!

WhyFi 10-20-21 01:12 PM

FWIW, I couldn't remember the last time that I'd seen anything over 170bpm on the Garmin, so I looked through some power/duration records for the year and tracked down the activities - looks like the highest I've hit this year was 176bpm.

LesterOfPuppets 10-20-21 01:30 PM


Originally Posted by WhyFi (Post 22276815)
Nonsense. We want to see bam lose bladder and sphincter control on the way to 200bpm, and we won't let your learned words sway us!

Yes!

Make him puke
Make him puke
Make him puke!

(to the tune of the first chant in this video)

LesterOfPuppets 10-20-21 01:31 PM


Originally Posted by WhyFi (Post 22276818)
FWIW, I couldn't remember the last time that I'd seen anything over 170bpm on the Garmin, so I looked through some power/duration records for the year and tracked down the activities - looks like the highest I've hit this year was 176bpm.

I can't remember the last time I had a continuous HRM on. Must've been 1991-ish.

MoAlpha 10-20-21 01:58 PM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 22276781)
Max HR really varies by individual. It’s not a sign of good or bad heart health or fitness.

Within individuals it is. A very high rate on an interval is a sign that I am generating lots of demand with the legs. That, in turn, reflects tuned up muscle energy metabolism and, just as importantly, lots of merciless drive from above the neck.

MoAlpha 10-20-21 02:00 PM


Originally Posted by WhyFi (Post 22276815)
Nonsense. We want to see bam lose bladder and sphincter control on the way to 200bpm, and we won't let your learned words sway us!

He can do it. I sense it strongly.

LesterOfPuppets 10-20-21 02:01 PM

ATTN: Velo Vol

1984 Buick alert. Plenty of room for bikes in the back. Located in Cheyenne, WY so you could see the country as you drive it home. Asking $5500

https://scontent.fphx1-2.fna.fbcdn.n...fb&oe=6174CBBC

Crucial woodgrain dash

https://scontent.fphx1-2.fna.fbcdn.n...e2&oe=6175672C

bampilot06 10-20-21 02:03 PM


Originally Posted by MoAlpha (Post 22276769)
At your age, 200 should be doable. Do a nice set of 3 min suprathreshold intervals and take the last one up to Z7 until you lose bowel and bladder control.


you might be right, but I might throw up before I ever make it. I did hit 175 today and maybe I could have pushed it harder, wasnít the goal or what data Inwas trying to collect plus the group would have been pissed if I increased the speed anymore.

I was told to stop pulling at one pointÖ..

Theres a stretch of road where in the past it seemed like the group always accelerated at this point. I never got to lead at this section until today. I guess I did too much.

big john 10-20-21 02:04 PM

I don't feel comfortable much over 150bpm. When I had a treadmill test it would go over that for a few seconds when he changed the incline but would settle back to 150. He said it was the most boring test he'd seen.
I climbed with a guy who ran 185 beats all the way up a 3 mile climb while I did 150-ish. Of course he was faster than I was. Friggen hummingbird.

Some weight-loss show I watched they put the participants on a track and had them walk around with monitors on. One woman, who was about 5' tall and 375 pounds, hit about 225bpm before they rushed out there and stopped her. She didn't seem to be in distress and was still smiling.

DougRNS 10-20-21 02:10 PM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 22276781)
Max HR really varies by individual. Itís not a sign of good or bad heart health or fitness.

For example I've seen 240. Followed by a hospitalization.

Mojo31 10-20-21 02:14 PM


Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets (Post 22276881)
ATTN: Velo Vol

1984 Buick alert. Plenty of room for bikes in the back. Located in Cheyenne, WY so you could see the country as you drive it home. Asking $5500

https://scontent.fphx1-2.fna.fbcdn.n...fb&oe=6174CBBC

Crucial woodgrain dash

https://scontent.fphx1-2.fna.fbcdn.n...e2&oe=6175672C

Why does he need a car that goes to 85?

Eric F 10-20-21 02:16 PM

In my prime (early 30s), 207bpm was commonly seen at the end of a race sprint, and I could do extended climbs at 192. Today, I max at 189.

MoAlpha 10-20-21 02:19 PM


Originally Posted by bampilot06 (Post 22276884)
you might be right, but I might throw up before I ever make it. I did hit 175 today and maybe I could have pushed it harder, wasnít the goal or what data Inwas trying to collect plus the group would have been pissed if I increased the speed anymore.

I was told to stop pulling at one pointÖ..

Theres a stretch of road where in the past it seemed like the group always accelerated at this point. I never got to lead at this section until today. I guess I did too much.

If you want to test things, I think you need a structured workout. I never seem to hit big numbers on group rides, no matter how hard.

MoAlpha 10-20-21 02:21 PM


Originally Posted by DougRNS (Post 22276892)
For example I've seen 240. Followed by a hospitalization.

Tachyarrhythmias don't count, yo.

big john 10-20-21 02:22 PM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 22276655)
Prolly.

And I bet similarly, people complained to Dunlop that itís crazy you ďneedĒ pneumatic tires. With solid ones you never have to worry about a flat.

Trials motorcycles were once rigid frames. When rear suspension was introduced some Englishman was quoted as saying "How can you tell what the rear wheel is doing if it's attached to a bloody spring?"

LAJ 10-20-21 02:50 PM


Originally Posted by MoAlpha (Post 22276907)
If you want to test things, I think you need a structured workout. I never seem to hit big numbers on group rides, no matter how hard.

A 40k TT will do it.

MoAlpha 10-20-21 02:58 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 22276939)
A 40k TT will do it.

That's pretty structured.

WhyFi 10-20-21 02:59 PM

Got in a second ride with the previously mentioned, and recently mounted, Pirelli P-Zeros. They're not the most supple tires in the world, even when running them slightly lower than I used to run the Michelin or Schwalbe, but holy schnikes are they grippy as stink. It's the most glued-to-the-road feeling I've ever experienced. I almost feel like I could slam on the rear brake and go over the bars before locking up the tire.

LAJ 10-20-21 03:05 PM


Originally Posted by MoAlpha (Post 22276944)
That's pretty structured.

About as structured as it gets.

indyfabz 10-20-21 03:19 PM

New Timbuk2 messenger bag is on its way!

gnome 10-20-21 03:33 PM


Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets (Post 22276881)
ATTN: Velo Vol

1984 Buick alert. Plenty of room for bikes in the back. Located in Cheyenne, WY so you could see the country as you drive it home. Asking $5500

https://scontent.fphx1-2.fna.fbcdn.n...fb&oe=6174CBBC

Crucial woodgrain dash

https://scontent.fphx1-2.fna.fbcdn.n...e2&oe=6175672C

want. of course by the time it was shipped here it would cost triple that. And then there is the inspections and costs to get it road legal here. you only need one kidney right?

BillyD 10-20-21 03:42 PM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 22276962)
New Timbuk2 messenger bag is on its way!

Oh cool, thatís where my mother always threatened to knock me. :roflmao2:


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