I’m 55, always did sports (cycling, tennis, kitesurf,etc,… ) last year I developed Afib. Was put under medication: bètablokker, anti arithmetic and an anticoagulant. Had lots of troubles with the bètablokker. Couldn’t have a heart rate over 130 anymore, being tired and other complaints. This year in February I had a cryo-ablation that was successful. Have had a 3 months cardiorevalidation. But always with a HF under 140. The cardiologist said that that was the best way of training, staying under 135-140 as an aerobic training. But I could go higher for short periods of time. I want to loose some weight and get more fit. That with using structured work-outs.
I want to take the 4DP test to evaluate my condition.
Question: the results I’ll get, will they be ok to exercise with? Will the zones be to high to work-out in? For example to much in Zone 4… Aren’t they to high to stay save? I don’t want to get those A-fibs back. Will a training program from sufferfest be to hard? If so, how can I adapt it?
Perhaps there are people with the same condition. How do you handle this?