A preview is often based on a review.
So over the lats month I revived many of the great email feedback's I got.
There where mainly 2 categories roughly off themes.
a) the super great constructive feedback where readers sent me research articles from all over thee world , where they show, how many of the ideas we do here with a very simple and basic method are getting supported.
b) a surprising big number of emails asking for " cook books " on how to train with NIRS/.
The a ) feedback's are often coming from researchers and people I know from universities who over the last 25 years where regular customers and still are from FaCT-Canada. It shows their interest in starting to combine the different tools we use like Cardiac feedback ( Physio flow ) NIRS feedback ( Portamon and MOXY ) and VO2 options paired with blood testing and SEMG ( BTS )
Here the 2017 discussion will be very interesting and I will start this week with an overview from some of this combined testing and how we where integrating NIRS into the classical tools , and where we had new questions and new answers to some very old discussions. So it is all about possible interpretation.
The Trigger for this interests was set by 2 pictures we had on the forum.
Below a Presentation organised by Swinco In Zurich Switzerland where we had people from all over Europe . ( Russia, Norway, Italy, France , Great Britain, Finland Polen , Hungary, Germany , Czech republic, to name just spontaneous the once where I get regular feedback's. This was one of the worlds first seminars where we where running live all feedbacks possible for coaches in one assessment. You can see ht e Portamon big screen with three penetration depth behind the finish top cyclist and Andri from Swinco doing some blood sampling, In the far left back ground you see the live cardiac feedbakcs where people can look at live Stroke volume , HR ( so CO ) LVET and SVR and Ef % and if you like more .
Than Cosmed VO2 equipment which now is paired with NIRS ( MOXY) and MOXY parallel to Portamon as well as SEMG activity
So thanks for the great tools we got from . Frank Bour France Manatec ( Physio flow ), Portamon and thanks to Willy Collier from Artinis, MOXY thanks to Fortiori and Roger and Stuart, SEMG thanks to BTS Italy, Blood sampling thanks to Akray Japan,VO2 equipment from Cosmed Italy.
To make it clear, we always buy this equipment to allow us to be very independent on what we use and do.
Than the bog big thanks to all the in the back ground working people, who sent us many data and help to keep us straight forward before we make conclusions.
In this big group are regular readers from this forum and from many different forums I once in a while peak in and ask some questions. As one example not to forget the rest here one of the fascination in practical approaches and pushing interest for the sack of their own interest without any EGO to be a big guy. Below one of this amazing ideas and gathering personal more knowledge is the picture below.
Duncan Clark a coach but a full time Helicopter pilot with his friend in Great Britain Marcel a coach and a biathlon athlete doing real world live data collection with the baove tools we just explained.
Having the luck and privileged to work with all this type of people together over the last 35 +- years makes you humbled on how much we can learn outside official education institution and how much more we really can gather , when we have connection to open not indoctrinated people.
One of this open minded groups I was privilege to meet was Per from Red Bull group whit an incredible exercise physiologist there Leslie Shooter.
She sent me a great paper and here one section which all of us can take as a new years resolution
PROFESSIONAL SCIENTISTS usually respond to new findings with a profound skepticism that goes beyond the specifics of the research. When first confronted with new work, gatekeepers judge it according to how well it fits with prevailing beliefs. Therefore, the more novel and unexpected a discovery, the more likely that other scientists will reject it--precisely because it contradicts current understanding. When they were initially proposed, ribozymes, prions, and cold fusion all looked like long shots.
Faced with rejection, the researcher experiences a deep sense of insecurity. Error often accompanies the ambiguity of discovery, and in science, being wrong is almost as bad as being ignored. On the other hand, as another saying puts it: Don't give up a good idea just because others don't understand it. To succeed in science, researchers have to confront rejection by becoming advocates for their new findings.
By The practice of science at the edge of knowledge.Grinnell, Frederick
Chronicle of Higher Education;; 3/24/2000, Vol. 46 Issue 29,
So the for sure thousand of datas we had the privilege to look through one by one with all very individual stories behind was and still are helping all of us to get a very new interesting picture of the future in health and activity planning.
It allows us now to plan individual approaches depending ion limiters and compensators.
We can plan cardiac improvement or respiratory improvement. coordination changes and even blood picture reactions when paired with proper nutritional interventions.
The later nutritional intervention paired with the physiological gathering started very intense soon 10 years back in California with a person very quite and very humbled on what she is able to do. Here one of this pictures where we had people in a " science setting . from USA alpine skiing, USA rowing coaches, Cross fit starters and so on. Mary Ann Kelly now in Chicago and California
Which brings as to the end of the review and what is preview.
b ) the biggest group of interests and the forum gives a very wrong idea is . Personal trainers who are ready and need some more help to integrate this in a one to one indoor training session.
The second biggest group are game coaches from Ice hockey, soccer, tennis , badminton and more.
The third biggest group are rehabilitation people from individual rehab and health improvement.
Good new. We should have a very great software ready for this type of assessments including live feedback control for workouts.
So we will focus on this groups more over the coming month and 2017.
So all will be based on what we do here all the time learn to read and make interpretations and many of the ideas and feedback's are based on the years of combinations of the tools above.