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PCR (Progress Calibration Run)

Running Tip of the Week:

PCR (Progress Calibration Run): Steady state run at preset heart rate. Run steadily and evenly at race pace but don't sprint at the end as you typically would in a race. This is harder to do than your "Out-and-Back" run. 

If you're not confident on maintaining an even pace, consider using a HR monitor and check your heart rate at regular intervals to measure your progress, as well as ensuring you're not over-exerting yourself. 

Carlsbad Running Lab Heart Rate Monitor HR
Avoid Making These Common Mistakes:

  • Focusing on time rather than appropriate effort.

  • Pushing too hard. 

  • Going beyond your Target Heart Rate and/or RPE to prove to yourself that you're faster than last week.

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