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MARCO - pace/HR band calculator for a marathon (Read 1689 times)

gregw


    http://eifler.com/  This actually came quite close to my marathon HR profile.  It seems to be based on MHR only though.
      I played with that thing before and it doesn't look bad at all..! Smile


      Consistently Slow

        What heart rate did you input? I used 195. My high registered at a race. Input half marathon time.

        Marco 4:02:59---T Oregon 4:03:12--McMillan 4:02:30 

         The interest thing about Marco it gives you a pace and Heart rate per mile.

        Run until the trail runs out.

        2013***1500 miles

        50 miler

        Race Less Train More

         

        Ana Trason  "Living Her Life"

        "The Marble in The Groove"

         

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        gregw


          I used my max of 200.  It had me at 175 at mile 13 and a 186 last mile.  I look at my race report and mile 13 was 173 and the last mile was 183, so reasonably close.  I also might not be quite 200 anymore as that was in my first couple of years of running and I haven't finished a 5k that hard in a while.  I also didn't use their strategy of starting out slow, which I believe would let you run at higher HR at the end.
          jimmyb


            I popped in a 43:00 10k with a 200 bpm into Marco, team Oregon Pace Wizard, McMillan  calculator:

             

             ................26.2 time.......pace.......HR

            MARCO= 3:23:41..........7:46........174

            TOPWiz=3:23:28...........7:45........172

            McMillan=3:21:48..........7:43.........no HR

             

             McMillan is always lower. The Pace Wizard tends to be more accurate. Pretty much the same as MARCO. But a lower ave HR, which is probably more doable. Interesting Calculator. Sort of mirrors what my HR does in a marathon. Looks like a handy tool to put in the bag.

            It would be interesting to run a marathon following the heart rate plan, forgetting about the paces. Let the paces be what they may.

             

            Thanks, Greg!

             

             

            --Jimmy

             

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            Consistently Slow

              I popped in a 43:00 10k with a 200 bpm into Marco, team Oregon Pace Wizard, McMillan  calculator:

               

               ................26.2 time.......pace.......HR

              MARCO= 3:23:41..........7:46........174

              TOPWiz=3:23:28...........7:45........172

              McMillan=3:21:48..........7:43.........no HR

               

               McMillan is always lower. The Pace Wizard tends to be more accurate. Pretty much the same as MARCO. But a lower ave HR, which is probably more doable. Interesting Calculator. Sort of mirrors what my HR does in a marathon. Looks like a handy tool to put in the bag.

              It would be interesting to run a marathon following the heart rate plan, forgetting about the paces. Let the paces be what they may.

               

              Thanks, Greg!

               

               

              --Jimmy

               

               I was thinking run the pace and let the HR be whatever. Let the courses degree of difficulty  dictate the HR. Slow start / negative split.

              Run until the trail runs out.

              2013***1500 miles

              50 miler

              Race Less Train More

               

              Ana Trason  "Living Her Life"

              "The Marble in The Groove"

               

              unsolicited chatter

              http://bkclay.blogspot.com/


              Beginner all over again

                I liked this HR plan for the Full Marathon distance

                 

                Anyone have any links for similar for Half Marathon and/or 10K? 5K?

                 

                I'm wondering what HR per mile segment would be indicated for the

                HM and shorter races, 10K, 5K

                 

                I've seen HR 189 at 3-mile marker of a 5K but I was "intentionally holding back" trying to keep my HR under 190 just because I was inexperienced and it "sounded high" to me   ..................

                 

                So my 5K HR is 190 if not a few beats higher

                 

                What are the goal HR for a shorter 5K race?

                Thank you!

                 


                Consistently Slow

                  I liked this HR plan for the Full Marathon distance

                   

                  Anyone have any links for similar for Half Marathon and/or 10K? 5K?

                   

                  I'm wondering what HR per mile segment would be indicated for the

                  HM and shorter races, 10K, 5K

                   

                  I've seen HR 189 at 3-mile marker of a 5K but I was "intentionally holding back" trying to keep my HR under 190 just because I was inexperienced and it "sounded high" to me   ..................

                   

                  So my 5K HR is 190 if not a few beats higher

                   

                  What are the goal HR for a shorter 5K race?

                  Thank you!

                   http://www.teamoregon.com/publication/online/wizard.php

                  Run until the trail runs out.

                  2013***1500 miles

                  50 miler

                  Race Less Train More

                   

                  Ana Trason  "Living Her Life"

                  "The Marble in The Groove"

                   

                  unsolicited chatter

                  http://bkclay.blogspot.com/


                  Beginner all over again