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How To Measure Your Waking Heart Rate After Your Canoe Workouts

When you wake up in the morning, while you’re still in bed, find your pulse. Count the number of beats from your heart for a 15-second period. 111 more words


How To Optimize Your Canoe Workouts

To optimize your canoe

workouts you will want to accurately measure the volume and intensity of each days workout following the Training Optimization Cycle. There are four phases of the  87 more words


How to Monitor Your Waking Heart Rate from your Canoe Training

One way to monitor the effectiveness of your canoe training is to measure your waking heart-rate each day. The waking heart-rate can act as a physiological stress response indicator from the previous days canoe training sessions.  109 more words


How To Measure The Volume of Your Canoe Workout

The volume can be measured by the amount of time you’ve spent doing your canoe workout. To have an accurate picture of your training you should record the amount of time you spend doing each daily workout. 14 more words


How To Measure the Intensity of Your Canoe Workout

When measuring the intensity of your canoe workout it’s important to measure both psychological and physiological measurements. One or the other is often missed and it’s both that will advance your canoe performance. 52 more words


How To Use The Daily Analysis of Life Demands for Paddler Doing Canoe

The Daily Analysis of Life Demands for Paddlers (DALDA) is a peer-reviewed psychological stress test established since 1978. This tool allows coaches and paddlers to measure the psychological stress responses from the previous days canoe workouts.The first factors to be measured should be psychological, for they occur first in the breakdown of a paddler’s capacity to adapt to stress. 107 more words