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In this podcast episode we speak with Dr. Tamanna Singh -a Sports Cardiologist at the Cleveland Clinic, marathoner, vegan, and contributor to Runner’s World magazine.
In this interview you will learn how heart rate variability works; how to safely return to marathon training post-covid; the impact of alcohol on performance, and more!
Tamanna is also one of our coaching clients, currently working with Coach Nicole.
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Tamanna Singh @tsrunmd is a cardiologist and Co-Director of the Sports Cardiology Center and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. She and her husband make their home in Cleveland. She is a MTA coaching client and is trained by Coach Nicole.
Runner’s World Features:
Here is the link to the Runner’s World Human Race Article about Dr. Singh. She also contributed to a 3 part series on alcohol and athletic performance. (The articles are behind the Runner’s World+ paywall).
Fantastic podcast! Question for Angie, I know you also have a Coros watch. I find it harder to track my RHR in the Coros app compared to Garmin connect. Do you just look at your first morning HR as you are waking up? Or the lowest point in your range for the last 24hrs? Would love to know how you track this with Coros.
Yes, I just look at my heart rate first thing in the morning (usually when I’m checking my sleep data) and use that number as my resting heart rate. For example, this morning it was 48 while my 24 hour range was 42-172.