Among other tools, I use the Polar T2 system with our players at the Whitecaps and I know many of my colleagues use similar monitoring tools to monitor the physiological load of training. While not perfect, I think that it can provide very valuable information. Follow the blog link title or click HERE to check out another great presentation by Martin Buchheit on monitoring changes in physical performance with heart rate measures.
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