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I've been thinking, which is dangerous enough but worse at 5:30. Would it be worth getting a performance test done, if so which one? I've been looking at NewLeaf which is, I believe a VO2Max test that also gives you a little widget to stick in your 910 or Edge 800 to properly set your HR zones and give a much truer calorie burn calculation.
Lookign at Fink the other day - he uses the 220-age for HRmax which I thought was supposedly pretty inaccurate?
I'll be working in Bristol quite a lot from the 1st ctober and there is a NewLeaf centre there, its about £95 for the test, obviously I'd want to know more about it.
The physio I use has also started up a lot of work with Manchester Met Uni and will be offering Performance testing and so on. I could always email tehm and ask what they provide?
Some friedns had testing done at Oxford Brookes Uni a couple of years ago and said it was very interesting, getting an idea of one's actual capabilities
Or should I be worried that I might go, and be told that there's no point as I can't be trained to do anymore than I am doing?