Q&A #33 - Incorporating bike or run commutes to work in training, and distinguishing between good and bad lower heart rate
How should you effectively incorporate bike or run commutes into your training to get training benefits without compromising quality in other key workouts?
How does this change if you do both a regular workout and the morning bike/run commute?
How should you think about nutrition around training in the morning and commuting to work?
How do you distinguish between a reduction in exercise heart rate due to getting fitter versus being in a state of non-functional over-reaching?
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