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    I'm trying to get fitter all round both for sprinting and 5k distance. I realise that to be absolutely brilliant in either then training has to be focused to either one as they each require completely different types of training (sprinting needs power based and speed training and 5k obv requires endurance training). I'd like to be good at both though. One of my sessions is the following: 12 x 300m runs at a steady pace faster (but breathing very hard at the end) with 2 and a half to 3 mins rest. It should help a lot with endurance (5k) and to an extent speed endurance for say 400m. I was wondering though what percentage of the session would you say is aerobic and what percentage is anaerobic? It will help with aerobic to an extentbut I'm breathing very hard at the end.
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    This is what a hrm is for becayse that cna tell you how hard you are working and how far into the anaerobic zone you are for how long.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    This is what a hrm is for becayse that cna tell you how hard you are working and how far into the anaerobic zone you are for how long.
    I've never really bothered checking my hr, I've got a hr monitor that came with my running watch but anything to do with the heart freaks me out, apparently I had a heart murmur as a kid ha. I might start using it though
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    Im not sure perceiebed exeertion would be appropriate for what you are asking but a hrm is.
    the way to use perceived exertion is to track your times.
 
 
 
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