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Eased off is more towards the end I think because the gap between the two becomes smaller due to the left leg Smo2
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thanks and that's why I like that more than one biased brain is looking at what we do. I actually not even looked at that part. Remember, that , when we look at HR yes by 2160 he was the last time in a hard rowing mode part way in that stage ( check HR and yes he than eased of as Ruud shows and yes I never looked at that , but he in fact he started to " balance "out the SmO2 reaction by " recovering " more on his left side. That is an interesting observation. Too bad we do not have an optimal start reading to see, whether at the lower intensities he was close to the same levels. Try to always have the first minute as a calibration minute when you use MOXY no matter how many you use but in this case it would have been fun to have a 1 min resting SmO2 level form both sides.. On a bike remember, that the position 12 and 6.00 clock will make a difference in many cases so calibrate in standing or sitting or at least both legs in the same position. Here what was interesting for me. Look at the load by 1440 an than by 2160 and compare the trend in SmO2 . You see, what goes through my mind ???