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Your Running and Food Questions from the Run Fit Challenge– Week 1 LIVE Facebook Video with Monica Olivas from Run Eat Repeat.
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Run Fit Week 1– Q&A LIVE.
Heart Rate Training (13:00).
Im questioning about heart rate and running. I can have a breathy discussion and the run feels comfortable however my heart rate will be in the 150s-160s. Some running coaches would state thats too high for a simple run, however when I attempt to keep my HR listed below 145-150, Im barely running anymore, its more of a power walk
What Running Plan Should I Use (20:15).
3. Im not sure if I need to utilize the 5K or 10K Training Plan. Any thoughts?
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Meal Plans and Macros for Runners (4:08).
1. Do you follow a particular meal plan (macros, calorie intake,???) when you are training? You have pointed out that when you first began running, you desired to lose 20 pounds and you did. Would LOVE some guidance on how to do that while running/training. I simply appear to be starving all the time and end up putting on more weight whereas if I was able to lean down a bit, I think I might be a faster runner
The weekly Coaching Questions and Answers session is part of the Run Fit Challenge Virtual Running Club. The Challenge Runs Jan 17 to April 10. Im wondering about heart rate and running. I can have a breathy conversation and the run feels comfortable but my heart rate will be in the 150s-160s. Some running coaches would say thats too high for a simple run, however when I attempt to keep my HR below 145-150, Im barely running any longer, its more of a power walk