By now the regular reader may have the concept of IPAHD somewhat closer in the mind.
We would start with a My PAHD. It is my opportunity to assess My physiological reaction at the current situation by using a MOXY combined with an objective performance value like watt or speed or steps.
This created out graph of a myphad.
See pic below.
Now the problem here is the same as when we take lactate See in the picture lac moxy inversion.
We will see in the future many formulas and graphs and deflection and mathematical ideas coming out like we had in the beginning of lactate 30 years back. Tangents against an imaginary lactate curve and so on.
The slightly difference her is that we have nonstop information and not only every 3 min like we had in lactate.
Nevertheless, even if we have with MOXY a direct information what is going on in the muscle t some other system like for example respiration and gas exchange CO2 will not react so fast to see immediately the reaction on oxygenation and deoxygenation.
So we still have the question where is the change in the systems.
Again the question , wheter when assessing circulatory and respiratory and metabolic information a 3 min step test simple forces results upon us, which may not reflect real physiological reaction time.
So that's why we look at UrPAHD in the IPAHD system
See pic 2 a UrPAHD test and now you can see much better the different " intensity levels you may choose for certain goals you may try to achieve in trainings.
Try to find the different " intensities you would use ???
Now this is only the info, when we use SmO2 . If you add in the same idea of 5/1/5 respiratory information and cardiac information you will see even better at what intensity we still can achieve homeostasis after a disruption and where we can't do that anymore. Will show later the impact of the 5/1/5 on many other results due to the time we have now.
Here a source, where people have it much easier to accept
Oxygen uptake during the first minutes of heavy muscular exercise
1. Per-Olof Åstrand1 and
2. Bengt Saltin1
+ Author Affiliations
1. 1Department of Physiology, Kungliga Gymnastiska Centralinstitutet, Stockholm, Sweden
Oxygen uptake, heart rate, pulmonary ventilation, and blood lactic acid were studied in five subjects performing maximal work on a bicycle ergometer. After a 10-min warming up period work loads were varied so that exhaustion terminated exercise after about 2—8 min. Peak oxygen uptake and heart rate were practically identical (sd 3.1% and 3 beats/minute, respectively) in the experiments. The heavier the work was and the shorter the work time the higher became the pulmonary ventilation. There was a more rapid increase in the functions studied when the heaviest work loads were performed. It is concluded that aerobic capacity can be measured in a work test of from a few up to about 8 min duration, severity of work determining the actual work time necessary. Duration of work in studies of circulation and respiration during submaximal work should exceed 5 min. "