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Decline in vo2max or CP/FTP when injured?

Old 06-06-19, 01:41 AM
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Decline in vo2max or CP/FTP when injured?

I am looking for a model for the decay of vo2max or CP/FTP over time when unable to ride. Even better would be a model that used TSS over time to do the same for the "reducing training but still riding" case. But I will settle for the first option.

Can anyone point me at something?

I have found posts describing what happens after 3 days, 2 weeks etc. but not an actual curve.
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Old 06-06-19, 01:46 PM
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Xert models it well, probably WKO4 also
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Tx for the hints but I am looking to integrate this sort of thing into my own software (intervals.icu). So I really need a ref to a paper or similar to work from. I could just make something up that would probably work ok but implementing something from someone in the field would be way better. I am a software engineer, not a scientist
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