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I’m not the kind of guy who ignores medical issues and hopes that they go away, so I met with my doctor last week and explained the issue. He had me wear a heart monitor for 24 hours to catch the flutters when they happen, so I did that last week. He also scheduled me for a “stress test plus echo”, which I had this afternoon.

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After the ultrasound, the technician left the room and returned in a few minutes with the doctor. They put me on the treadmill and started it off at a low incline and a comfortable walking pace. The doctor took my blood pressure and watched the electrical signals of my heart on the heart monitor. Every two minutes, they increased the speed and slope and took another blood pressure reading. I was on the treadmill for 12 minutes, by which time, I had hit my maximum heart rate (180) and was running on a 16% incline (I’m not sure of the speed). I felt fine and could have kept going, but he said that they wouldn’t learn anything from going longer.

They shut down the treadmill and moved me right back to the examination table so they could take more ultrasound pictures of my heart while it was pumping hard. Same as before – various parts of my heart from various angles. My heart rate came down to a normal level.

The rest of the session was the doctor showing me various segments of the ultrasound videos: This is your heart at rest, this is what it looks like at full blast, this is your valve function, this is a Doppler image showing the direction of the blood flow, this is the thickness of your heart walls, etc…

It was amazing and beautiful to see my heart in action. As someone who exercises a lot, I look at my heart rate to gauge how well I’m doing and my level of effort, but that is a gross indicator of what my heart is doing compared to seeing clear images of the way that it does what it does. The whole thing was a little piece of science fiction. When I commented about how clear the images were, the technician and doctor laughed and then the doctor said that there is a general rule in cardiology: the clearer the image, the better the prognosis. A lot of that has to do with it being easier to get a good ultrasound from people who have lower body weights since the sound waves have to pass through less tissue.

The short version of the doctor’s summary is that I’m as healthy as a horse. Great blood supply, no irregularities, normal adaptation from rest to active state and back again, good valve movement, etc… I asked specifically about any thickening of my heart walls since that’s a concern that Andrew has read about in some endurance athletes, but my heart walls were the normal thickness that they would expect in an active person. Ultimately, the flutter is completely within the normal range of a healthy heart, especially since he didn’t see any sign of it when I was stressed to maximum heart rate. It’s nothing that I need to worry about.

Overall, it was a fascinating experience and a huge relief to know that I’m okay. I’m glad I went and got the green light to keep doing the things that I love to do.

Anyway, I hope this is helpful for anyone who needs to have one of these tests done, so you know what they are looking for, what to expect, and what questions to ask.
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Here is the Adidas ad that we talked about: http://chayden.net/Runs/Adidas/
In honor of Valentine’s Day, unhealthy we start off talking about our hearts. Specifically, patient heart rate zones and the echocardiogram that I had to check my heart health. We also talk about the MyFitnessPal app that Stevie has been using, no rx getting back into the pool and on the bike, an idea for a coordinated weekend triathlon associated with the show, Lori’s run for Brett, and what kind of bike a newbie should buy.

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If you would like to donate to help Stevie reach her goal of raising $500 for the Susan G Komen for the Cure charity, please visit http://bit.ly/komenpgh. The money goes to fight breast cancer, which affects about 1 in 8 women. Any amount would help – maybe $3.10 or $6.20 or $13.10 or $26.20 to represent some race distances.

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21 Responses to Running with the Pack 102: Honey Stingers, Speed Workouts, Team in Training, and More

  1. Rebecca1974 says:

    Hi Allan & Stevie – good podcasting today, thanks! Allan – I'm wondering if/what you are listening to when you are on the elliptical for so long? Podcasts or music? Both? Just curious. Also, thanks for the swim talk. Sometime would you please talk a little about form? Brandon did a show on this topic awhile back and it was incredibly helpful. You seem like a very good swimmer and as a newbie its helpful to hear more experienced swimmers talking about drills, form, etc. Stevie – I have had great success doing my tempo runs on the treadmill. I can definitely sustain a faster pace longer than I can outside, and these runs have "trained" my legs to accept greater turnover for longer periods. I've noticed that doing a 60 min. tempo run once a week has a big effect on my other training runs. It isn't the most "fun" workout, but its short, and the getting through the boring-ness of the treadmill has helped me mentally on longer runs.

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      Thanks. And sure, I could talk about swim form – or at least share what I know. I'm not an expert or anything.

      When I'm working out on the elliptical, I'm either watching TV (something sports or action-related is good) or listening to podcasts. Music is okay, but I don't have much new stuff on my playlists. I've been thinking of trying Pandora while I work out to see how that works out.

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    Currently I'm training for Boston (my 2nd, my husband's first…yay!). The week before Boston I'm doing a 50k trail relay (my teammates let me have the shorter legs, so my total mileage is about 9 or so). The training is going mostly well (I did have a little minor setback/injury a few weeks ago but I'm okay now.) I've been swimming a lot in the past 8 mos. and finding that is the very best cross-training I have done. My increased upper body and core strength make the end of long runs much easier, not to mention easy swim days seem to be great for recovery. Keep up the good work and thanks again!
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