The EAT (enhanced anaerobic threshold) Workout is one you can do regularly to check your progress on heart rate training and, when performed within three weeks of your goal race, can help predict race times. Download the EAT Instructions as a PDF. Here are instructions for analyzing your results: EAT Self Analysis.
(Download this blog post as a PDF file.) First things first: What is EAT? EAT stands for “Enhanced Anaerobic Threshold.” Was the EAT your idea, Coach MK? Nope. The original EAT was the brainchild of someone way smarter than I am, a guy named Ric Rojas. You can read about him here. His workout was based on [...]