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runner

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 #1 
Is there a good summary of interpretation rules?

Say we do a simple 5-1-5 test (with low intensity) and
we want to assess the state of muscular, cardiac and
respiratory systems.

Is there a good set of rules that we can use to get the
assessment?
CraigMahony

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 #2 
Not sure I understand what you mean. Do you mean only do a 5-1-5 at low intensities and not go into high intensities at all? If so, then it may be that you might see a limiter early on. However, I suspect that most limiters will not become apparent until harder efforts.
runner

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 #3 
Yes, I am referring to a daily (low intensity) test to establish daily status
of your body.
CraigMahony

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There are some discussions on warm up monitoring as opposed to a 5-1-5 to determine daily status. Do a search of the forum on warm up and you should find several posts. If memory serves Sebo has a good post on it.

From my point of view it is not really a test but a getting to learn how you respond to warm ups. So it takes time from several/many observations to see what typically happens. For myself when riding, I use 2 moxys. If the moxy on the non priority muscle does not show a rise in tHb during warm up then I believe my cardiac system is not ready for a hard effort. Similarly, if the tHb on the priority muscle drops a lot during warmup I interpret that as muscular fatigue. Note. I would be happy to be told I am doing it incorrectly by someone with more expertise.
runner

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 #5 
I would like to hear more about how people use Moxy
during "warm-up" to determine the status.

The main reason for my original question is that I am interested in
writing some software that would "automatically" give some feedback
on the status of muscular, cardiac and respiratory system.

In order to determine if that's even possible, I would like to know:
1. What protocol to use? A simple 1-5-1-5-1 where the two 5 minute
bouts are at fairly low intensity.

2. Do you need 1 Moxy or 2?

3. What can you actually deduce from this "simple" test? Do you need
other biomarkers such as HRV?



 
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