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    Re: Body fat levels for elite male sprinters?

    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    Once again look at the Hr I listed... It's easy.... Basic cardiac/recovery session.

    https://www.8weeksout.com/rebound-training-template/
    I like Joel. I was thinking it would be fun to meet Joel and he could train me and we could chronicle it.

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    Re: Body fat levels for elite male sprinters?

    The only problem for a grandmother is her max heart rate would probably be about 150 ...... lol

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    Re: Body fat levels for elite male sprinters?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldbloke View Post
    The only problem for a grandmother is her max heart rate would probably be about 150 ...... lol
    Nah.. My granny is a freak - RHR is 45 - HRV 90's...... lol

    You should see her do hurdle hops.

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    Re: Body fat levels for elite male sprinters?

    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    Nah.. My granny is a freak - RHR is 45 - HRV 90's...... lol

    You should see her do hurdle hops.
    Are you joking or is the mom or your mom like Angella Taylor? Then it's possible. I want to see her photo. lol

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    Re: Body fat levels for elite male sprinters?

    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    Nah.. My granny is a freak - RHR is 45 - HRV 90's...... lol

    You should see her do hurdle hops.
    When do we get to see her hurdle hops?

    I am not a granny yet LOL (I will take what ever comes if I am fortunate to get that far....) but I have been practicing jumps in the grass with barefeet as I want to get some explosive med ball runs into the mix now that Winstonator ( aka Winston my French bulldog who's birthday is this coming weekend) gets his cone off in the next few days. ( pet injuries might be more stressful than ANYTHING)

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