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  • Steve M.
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    Thanks for the suggestion! I will give it some thought if it makes sense to include it in my training.

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  • Jordan Feigenbaum
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    You could pick a tempo or pace and an RPE, then go as far/long as you can there.

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  • Steve M.
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    Say I plan to run for 30 min at RPE 7. RPE would autoregulate how fast I run. I am interested in autoregulating the time spent running. e.g. running 20 min @7 on a bad day or 35 min @7 on a good day.

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  • Jordan Feigenbaum
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    What do you mean by autoregulating volume, exactly?

    Conditioning work can be prescribed a bunch of different ways, e.g. by pace, time, distance, etc. All of these can be autoregulated using RPE.

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  • Steve M.
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    Autoregulating Volume for Conditioning

    Hi Jordan and Austin,

    I was wondering about how one could autoregulate volume of conditioning bouts. Have you tried autoregulating volume for conditioning or could you point me in the right direction? A short google search proofed inconclusive.

    All the best
    Steve
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