powermeter as a primary tool

Threshold analysis

Threshold test analysis

This video guides you through how to analyse and interpret the results of your Muscle Oxygen threshold test.

If you are using your power meter as your primary training tool, you will need to relate falls in your Muscle Oxygen to your power zones, much like you do with a lactate threshold test. Each drop signifies that you have moved into a new Muscle Oxygen zone. If your graph has a breaking point at 54% Muscle Oxygen for example, then you simply note the power you were doing at that point, e.g. 250 watts. This breaking point marks the upper limit of the identified zone, in this example 250 watts, and shows where your next zone begins.

Let’s move on to the next topic, how to use GRASPOR during indoor training.

Let’s move on to the next topic, how to use GRASPOR during indoor training. 

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