Post Number: 608
|Posted on Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 08:33 am: |
If you go through some of the latest threads , than you can see, compared with some of our workshops done 15 and more years back , that we are not that much of with our crazy ideas.
So I hope you start to read with more fun , our newest ideas on building "training" zones , based on physiological bio markers.
" Here once more the summary where we stand for dthe moment.
Biomarker Used for
Lactate metabolic zoneing
Respiratory info pulmonary zoning
Cardio info cardiovascular zoning
EMG CNS zoning.
Now in combining this with performance like wattage and so on ) performance line we like to find out , which system is recovered and can be challenge new, and what system is still in a recovery phase and need some more or longer rest to react on the stressor we applied.
I will show you tomorrow or this evening a nice case study , where the cardio system is "still in recovery and how the strokevolume and with it the cardiac output is not yet on a level for another workout , who would make sense and the athlete would benefit.
Same can be done for respiratory ideas, as well as for metabolic ( muscle fiber ideas )
Last but not I will try to make a simple swenglish summary on some very often asked question: Why would the body switch from Fat to glucose to lactate if there is no anaerobic situation available.
So stay tuned for the thread:
" Is it all about time , and delivery ? "
And why H+ ( hans still may be a nice guy for "survival "
Post Number: 609
|Posted on Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 09:14 am: |
Nice summary of CGM or for us on ECGM as we add other system to it .
Based on the evidence the Central Governor Model suggests fatigue is a relative condition, not an absolute one – i.e. the athlete can always continue but at a slower pace. Muscle fiber power output is not regulated by factors in the muscle itself but is continuously reset by the brain based on continuous computations of the sensory feedback it receives from all of the body’s systems. Fatigue is a relative process as exercise intensity is constantly changed during exercise as the brain either recruits additional fibers to increase power output or decreases fiber activation to decrease power output based on its calculations.