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Did a 6 mile run with each mile getting progressively faster. Warm-up period before running started included walking up a hill.
Mile 1-9:24 Mile 2-8:51 Mile 3-8:49 Mile 4-8:33 Mile 5-8:25 Mile 6-8:07
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Fortiori Design LLC
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Hallo together again. I go step by step through all the interesting information in connection with MOXY
Here my take and please do not take in personal. I really love the idea of this venture here and that's why I like to be the Devils advocate. I will be back if I ma allowed and discuss hard core some of the steps taken here and where the idea of NIRS and bio marker for physiological assessment and intensity control may go really wrong. This progressive run example is one of the, when showing it on a p website. So let's start with the question : What does this graph tell you more than you have a HR . In fact a HR graph would at least showed you possibly , that with increase of speed there is a higher demand of O2 supply if still possible so cardiac out put will increase and with cardiac out put possibly as well the HR . SV ( stroke volume can't be tested in this case but we could if needed. So a progressive run workout like in this case would be reflected in shorter time per miles and higher HR at each step of the speed increase ???? What does the SmO2 tell us if we would NOT know that it was a progressive run over different miles. Would we really have guessed, that it was in fact progressive and therefor asking for a higher O2 use respectively supply . does the SmO2 reflects what most people would have expected from the MOXY. IF yes If NO ??? So what do you do with this graph now. How do you sell it to the user on the street when they see this graph and how do you explain it beside s having another gadget. . Thanks for all the great responses here, but It seems in each info there is the underlying question . well nice but what do we do now. ???
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