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Heart Rate and VO2 Max. How do they impact on your training and how to determine them?

Have you measured your max HR and VO2? In training is your HR still getting as high as it used to even with the same or more perceived exertion? Has you VO2 Max improved? Should you be pushing the pace to get to those former high Heart Rates? All these questions answered in today's edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast by Sport Scientist, Shona Hendricks.
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Blood in Urine

Do you have blood in your urine after a run? Is this something to be alarmed about? Is a once off experience a concern? Regular blood in urine, should you be concerned? In this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast, Lindsey Parry explains the different scenarios and or or when to be heading off to the doctors.
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Leaking Urine whilst running

Is it normal to leak Urine while running? Are there complications surrounding this phenomena? What can be done to avoid the situation? Sport Scientist Shona Hendricks explains what its all about.
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Training in heat and humidity

Training in hot weather can be difficult. Training in high humidity can be difficult. Combine the two and it can be more than difficult. So how do you prepare and train in hot and humid conditions? What stresses does the body undergo in these conditions and how do you hit your targets in hot and humid weather. Shona Hendricks breaks it down for us in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry podcast.
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