Is there some "accepted " studies on what I postulate above.
Three mails in 15 min with this question.
So I did some searching and here a very short answer from one of the studies I found from Japan.
"Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is a new method by which oxygenation level in the tissue can be
determined. We have examined oxygenation level in inactive muscle during exercise using NIRS (Ogata
2002). We found that the oxygenation level did not change at low exercise intensity but decreased at high
exercise intensity after about two minutes of exercise. Since the oxygenation level is determined by a balance of
oxygen supply and since oxygen consumption can be assumed to be constant in inactive muscle, the decrease in
oxygenation level in inactive muscle can be assumed to be due to the decrease in oxygen supply. Moreover, it has
been pointed out that oxygenation kinetics in inactive muscle during exercise is similar to the characteristics of
activation of sympathetic nervous system due to exercise. This suggests that attenuation of oxygen supply is due to
vasoconstriction in inactive muscle during exercise.
What we add is the readings of Thb which they never used and most NIRS studies never look at. If the vasoconstriction takes place as pointed out than you see what we show in one of our many case studies.