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Juerg Feldmann

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A question I got need some short explanation.
 We use MOXY for a simple easy to make IPAHD and IPAHR.
 I showed already many assessments of IPAHD.
 Who would use an IPAHD.
 Sports and rehabilitation clients, who  look for an optimal intensity to supply optimal O2 for O2dependent energy production. Example . long distance runners, cardiac patients , weight loss patients to a certain time table.
IPAHD as the name for individual physiological assessment of homeostasis disruption.
 The goal is to find the individual intensity , where you can sustain a target time with an optimal O2  delivery and use.
Who would use an  for individual physiological assessment of homeostasis recovery.
 Athletes and clients, who know, that the effort they have to do will for sure destroy homeostasis anyway, so the key is on how to as fast as possible regain homeostasis to be able to go again.
Sports like  ice hockey , badminton . For patients it is somewhat more difficult to justify this version.

Goal : test sport and client specific.
With todays new options we can do that now , testing on the [port field and not in the lab.
 When we think logical : Why do we test a runner on a treadmill and a cyclist on a bike ?
 Why do we not test a runner in the pool and a badminton player on a skate mill ?
 Well depending on your answer you may ask , why we all get to a all get tested in a Lab in running or biking, no matter what sport. ( true perhaps on  an erg rower but still the majority  of athletes get compared on bikes.
  All game players  get  more likely not the real info they need for workout intensity establishment.
 With MOXY you can do that now live and with ease.
 

Juerg Feldmann

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Here  a set of questions from Europe.
 IPAHR and acyclic sport.
 Yes the IPAHR is for sports like  ice hockey, snowboarding , track and field sprint events like 400 and up to 800 m for sure but as well for interval ideas fro 5'000 and 10'000 and steeple chase of Fartleg.
 What is the purpose.
 You like to have  the individual information, depending on your intensity on the rest period in between depending what your stimulation gaol my be.
 In Ice hockey we know pretty much the Length of the load and the Length of the rest  is  an IPAHR in ice hockey will go 20 min with 30 - 45  seconds load and 3 x 30 - 45 sec break for about 6 shifts. A test will look like that by increasing load if you do a step test or by always all out if you do a game specific test. This will give you  deoxygenation levels and reoxygenation level in  time. The load is given in time the recover depending n the load will be  given individually and you can measure progress in looking at improvement of recovery time with what ever you believe will improve it or you may be surprised that a classical idea may show no result and has to be  reviewed and changed. Here courtesy to Brian Kozak NEXT LEVEL SP ice hockey coaching  and Spiro Tiger competency center for games sports.  You can see load  and deloading . Loading is  30 seconds in both examples but different intensities and you can see  level in SmO2  and  time to recovery  In the easy load 42 seconds in the heavier load 90 seconds.
 So an all out  workout   and the  90 seconds on the bench may be too  short for a full recovery .

Juerg Feldmann

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So here a practical application for an Interval workout for a  longer distance hobby runner.
 Goal:
10 km in 45 min.
current best time 47min 34 sec.
Current 1 km time on a track 3.57"
Current 100 m time: just under 20 seconds.
So what is his problem  as a base idea ?
Now just  short for all  "believers" that respiration is not  a limitation . The most common justification you will read is :
 Nobody ever reaches in a VO2 max test even close the so called MMV ( Maximal minute Volume)
 2 things which we have to address here to understand the  topic of the 10 km runner.
 MMV is test for 13 - 15 seconds. Reason . You cant "hyperventilate" for 1 full minute all out as you would pass out ( hypocapnia.
 So we really do n not have measured MMV, but estimated as 4 x the Volume you breathe in 15 seconds.
Well this is accepted in  many institution.
 Okay let's see the jump here.
Our friend can run 20 second s for 100 meter. so therefor he can run 80 seconds over 400 meter and 3min 20 seconds for 1000 meter and33 minute and he will slow a bit down  so lets give him another r50 seconds ( 33 min and 50 seconds. So that's about the of a VO2 max test M4MT( maximal 4oo m time )
 Most by know will think ( he most smoke  some funny stuff.
 Well go  once more through the accepted argument you never reach MMV in a VO2 max test ????
 Okay back to the example.
 45 min  10 km regular speed is 4.30 min  for one  KM.
This is this  time frame  has to be done as much as possible O2 dependent  with  only some small O2 independent  reactions most often at the start of the race.
! warm up is important  for the race but first the overall idea if he likes to make an interval workout.
 He has 2 options in planning :
 Classical option: Taking physical  information. Simple example  5 x 1000 m  race pace or slightly below. ( As one of many examples )
He can do 5 sets 1000 m target time 4'20 seconds with  2 min rest time.
Or he can use semi bio marker as often used  5 x 1000 m 4.20 time and rest till he is on 120 HR ????
In both cases we will see whether he can  reach the target. BUT in both cases we do not know how he delivers the  energy demand ?
So he can stick with the above at trend SmO2 and adds a MOXY and simply looks first  what trend SmO2 may have.
If he paces regular he for sure will see SmO2 drop first and than  either stabilize somewhere or keeps dropping. If  later he will not be able to finish his goal. If stable he may be  .
 Than he can see in the break a recovery and whether in the 2 min or back to 120  recovers back to  start SmO2  or higher or less. If less he will often see in the second  run a even deeper drop and plateau or now ongoing drop. Training target often can't be reached.
 If he recovers back he can repeat and if he overshoots he often can do it nicely.
Now he can adjust from there shorter breaks, faster runs, less HR drop or the opposite and just try and error.
Or he can use from the beginning MOXY. Warming up to reach "calibrated " SmO2 of his body. Than starts out to increase speed till he has a slightly drop of SmO2 and than stabilize it there.
 He runs 1000 m with that stable SmO2 takes time and stops after 1000 m. rest to  SmO2 back and goes again this time with the feeling from the first and back to the same SmO2 and so on.
He has no a time information for a stable SmO2. From now on he either increases the distance if he feels well, or he increases speed and drops somewhat further.
 Now you have  the faster base, but  at rest wait to  baseline SmO2. If you run faster than plateau you wait for SmO2 overshoot.
 What do you do at rest. Try to keep lactate high and regulate H + back to baseline or even slightly lower . How . Will be a task for another  topic.
 Now depending what you do you add RF and HR to the SmO2 level and you have 3 bio marker plus a physical info ( Time ) you can play around and later use it in a race.
Options are endless once you start thinking and we can't wit to have many many feedback s and options on how to play with  MOXY plus the other  bio markers.
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