Post Number: 3014
|Posted on Tuesday, January 11, 2011 - 08:09 am: |
Here some questions and it will be interesting to see the different answers.
How can I do this all :
" We layer more information with the utilization of VO2 measurement. Our Blood Gas Analysis allows us to accurately decipher how your body's physiology changes with exertion, how your body supplies fuel for your workload, and how your respiratory system copes with the demands of exercise. We also collect blood sugar samples to analyze how your body is processing its’ available fuel sources."
a) VO2 assessment and than I can give some Blood gas information ?
b) VO2 test and we than know how the body :
Respiration , Cardiac work and tissue reaction , supply fuel to the workload.?
We work since years on that dream to get information on all of that and becasue we where not able to get this from an equipment , who tests O2 n and O2 out only we where searching for other options.
Now the above PR seems to be able to do all of that ?
Or is it promising a little bit too much ? Do they use CO2 as well to see RQ for the metabolic more and deeper information ?
Post Number: 3015
|Posted on Tuesday, January 11, 2011 - 11:16 am: |
This is an interesting idea on a web site on feeling :
" Main set (~33 mins at about 65-75% Maximum Heart Rate (MHR)): Choose a mid-level resistance. The intensity is such that you shouldn’t really feel any lactic acid in your legs."
As you can see we have all fits all 65 % of MHR and than we have a great idea on an intensity control by not allowing lactic acid move into your legs.
Hmm need some help there on how I do that ? and if it would move down, what would it do anyway ?
You again can see the dilemma we have with the change in lactate ideas and the classical way of cook book approach. True it is not easy to get rid of it or to find some other ideas to explain it.