Fortiori Design LLC
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True, we are just a small hobby group, enjoying the idea of finding some interesting aspects in exercise physiology.
So NO " validation" no publication, no nothing. Just having fun. Here three contribution I got in in the last few days. Just to have a look and a short info on what we do with this. Att. 1. First ever closer look physiologically , what different loads and ideas in a swim training from a world class swimmer may do or not do. Here just the over view picture. There was planned warm up and three specific sets of a workout. Thanks to Dominique from the east coast ( Montreal ) 2. att. Is a live inside view in a hockey game prep and the first period of an athlete. Thanks to Brian ( Next level SP ) 3. is a bigger project . Looking closer to our idea of ECGM. You see a bike TIP with 2 moxys , one on a working muscle ( quadriceps ) and one on the arm biceps. ( Thanks to EUK/ Swinco for this internal case studies.) Here just first the SmO2 trend. The Biceps had as well a SEMG on to be sure the activity level was not compromised. As well we had VO2 and Cardiac info as usual. Look at the trend. Our focus is to see, whether, if, there is such a thing like a central control, O2 may be shifted from an inactive muscle to an active muscle and what would happen with tHb ( Vasoconstriction )due to muscle tension versus vasoconstriction due to central control and vasoconstriction. In short. If we have a central regulation, than the drop in SmO2 in the inactive arm is not due to utilization of O2 but rather due to reduced delivery into this area. If this is the case than mechanical vasoconstriction due to muscle activity will show up instantly , while central regulated vasoconstriction and O2 delivery will have a lag time before dropping . So we should see a drop in SmO2 in the inactive muscle later and longer duration , than in the active muscle. See att 4 O2 Hb and HHb an delay of inactive blood flow trend and inactive deoxygenation trend. This are all examples and many more will follow from people pushing the edge in improving physiological information. Instead of looking at times and or wattage only , we try o get some inside view , whether actually the same load was indeed the same physiological stimulation. As well we like to see, what happens , when the CG may help to regulate actions to keep vital system in a " happy " mood. This 3 examples trigger now a flurry of discussion inside our small group of people world wide and we see, what we can use and improve our ideas and what looks great but we do not yet understand the outcome of it. Attached Images