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I have paroxysmal (i.e. intermittant) atrial fibrillation, triggered by any one of a number of factors. These factors are not consistent and not predictable, but include - some foods (too much chocalate, too much red meat), alcohol, coffee, or some combination of these
Also in the mix is exertion - particularly running at Lactic Acid threshold pace. This is the bummer.
So here's the dilemma - if I train to exertion, and cope with the consequences, will my LA threshold pace be raised gradually, so that in the future I can train at a faster pace without triggering an attack ? Or do I ease off to avoid the consequences, with the result that my LA threshold pace is reduced, thus making it more likely that I'll hit it in the future