Starting? Racing Heart Rate...?? (Read 66 times)

    Curious what everyones race start looks like...?


    Let's just say your 5k heart rate is 165...


    Would you be able to bank some time...by going fast at the gun until you hit that 165bpm heart rate and settling into your race pace?


    Or do you think starting off at your race pace...and letting it more slowly build to that 165bpm?



    wondering if even though you're going faster than your race pace but your heart hasn't isn't yet at 165....are you producing extra lactate etc... that'll hurt you later on? or does that only happen once you're over that 165bpm?



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      Even in a shorter race like a 5K, if you blow out too fast for too long (other than the first 10-15 sec) it will hurt you later in race. Even pacing is ideal or a negative split. This is a proven racing strategy.

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        I've never thought banking time was a good race strategy. It seems horrible to go out too hard, expect to slow down, and not know how much you'll slow down. I just go out at race pace. For everything. For a 5K if my goal is a 6:00/mi pace I don't want to go at 5:30 pace for a mile and expect to hang on to a 6:30 at the end.

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