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Juerg Feldmann

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Here  for the progressive reader.
 This is a  picture from some Case studies done a few years back. It shows a  inside view in a controlled isometric contraction  and the respond on oxygenation and blood flow.
The reason for this  studies  were done, because we had some very interesting but very controversial result on the  trend in TSI %.
In short.
 We did studies, where we looked at TSI % reaction and  tHb reaction in people with  know  differences in  left and right leg muscle situations.
We did  case studies looking at  reactions  between  respiratory muscles  and  loco motor muscles  during an IPAHD.
 We compared reactions when putting ice or heat on the  tested leg muscles  and we did some very strange  additional  case study to see, whether we could actually reduce dramatically the blood volume in the tested area but still increase TSI %.
 Based on this we build some  outside the box ideas and   with MOXY  combined with the early stage tests we now have nice confirmation , that the ideas  showed a positive trend towards our thinking models.
 Now  over 5 years back we where afraid to even discuss this results but now with more and more accepted institution using  NIRS we see many studies  coming in with similar or equal results. The main difference is the  amount of   people  in the is studies. We  have  a minimum of 50 plus cases always done before we even have  the  courage to think it could be really true. In many case studies we see  sets of 5 - 10 people only.
 I will start to show some of our very early findings and  will search for papers confirming our ideas, so it is not just from the goat barn but from accepted universities.
 Now here first  the study  we did  where we started to partially understand, that the " classical"  research done with occlusion can't be transferred to the  reactions we see during activity.
. The main reason is the change in tHb during muscle contraction. In other words, a " classical occlusion " test result picture can't be applied to a   activity  created muscular compression reaction.
 Here a great close look at an isometrically contraction to exhaustion done with a client of mine.

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Juerg Feldmann

Fortiori Design LLC
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And here one of our early searches to try to understand, what can cause a very " unreal"  and not expected reaction in TSI %.
 We created test situations, where we reduced tHb dramatically ( less blood volume but tried to see, whether we nevertheless where able to increase TSI %. Here one of many  case pictures.

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