HR Max ~TJ72

So we know that 90 minutes running and walking is possible.
We know that 5 miles can be covered walking and running.
An average of  147 was sustained for 55:36
An average of  142 was sustained for 58:46
We know that creating a good range of heart rate is possible.

We know the max heart rate is 176 recorded (in Digifit)
Verified as 175.9 (in SportsTracks)

We know that in the Digifit recovery test (2 mins at rest)

a drop of 42 bpm in 1 minute is possible
a drop of a total of  57 bpm in 2 minutes is possible

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4 - 1 2013-09-12_114138

4 sum - 2013-09-12_114119

4 - 3 2013-09-12_114203So this is the current all time heart rate max 176
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HR Max

171 - 2013-09-11_115540

171 - 2013-09-11_105901

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169 - 2013-09-11_115745

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169 max - 2013-09-11_105713

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11- 1 2013-09-12_092552

11 - 2 - 2013-09-12_092612

11 - 3 2013-09-12_092642

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rec 4 - 2013-09-12_114053

rec 1 2013-09-12_110357

rec 2 2013-09-12_110754

rec 3 - 2013-09-12_110953

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175.9 - 2013-09-12_123217

Z 2013-09-12_122915

Zone breakdown in a different package

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Z 2 2013-09-12_122718

Zone 1 – Initial rise in heart rate

Z2 - 1 2013-09-12_122746

Zone 2 120 – 140

Z3 2013-09-12_122558

Zone 3

Z 4 2013-09-12_122631

Max rate 160 and above

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CSV 2013-09-12_132340

— — —4 compared 2013-09-12_132519

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Ver 2 2013-09-12_124606

Ver - 2013-09-12_124539

v 3 2013-09-12_124905

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