Great stuff! I have way too many questions, so I’ll spare you most of those. But…
Jason Mann
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Jason, my wife’s former coach and mentor created a slide rule of training paces called the Coaching Companion for a master’s thesis project. If you have a race or time trial result (1500, mile, 5k, 10k) you can find that on the chart, and then it will tell you your corresponding steady-state, anaerobic threshold, vo2 max, and other paces. It’s been immensely valuable in my training, because “how you feel” and even heart rate are not always that precise, whereas this tool was based on extensive research.

Try emailing Dave Emmans here and tell him I sent you: http://www.wayzata.k12.mn.us/dave.emmans

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