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jamesmora wrote:It would help if you could explain single zone and dynamic factors and how this relates to your posts about using 1) TRIMP=xxxx, 2) using manually entered Avg HR, and using 3) Actual HR data for the three types of methods to collect data to calculate TRIMP. I have done each of the three and they all seem to work great.
I understand the zone based method which you would need HR data (#3) to know time in zone and Avg HR for each zone and just the Avg HR would naturally lend to a single zone method (#2). But I'm just guessing.
Thanks for your time and explanations.
AvgHR - If you enter a HR here, it's calculated as if your entire activity were at this HR. It's crude, but it's better than nothing if you don't have data or a guess for manual entry. Factor is selected as described above.
joem wrote:Trimp method is itself a simple maths, which makes a great deal of sense in terms of calculating a "dose" of aerobic training.
TRIMP = training time (minutes) x average heart rate (bpm). For example, 30 minutes at 145 bpm. TRIMP = 30 x 145 = 4350.
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