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07-27-23, 11:54 AM
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Posted By MoAlpha

I only asked because you seem smart and might...

I only asked because you seem smart and might know something I don't. I think the explanation usually offered for the inverse association of lactate and fat oxidation is that blood flow to adipose...
07-27-23, 10:23 AM
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Posted By MoAlpha

What do you think is the relevant difference for...

What do you think is the relevant difference for this discussion? Circulating lactate has to be involved, since the signal has to get from muscle to adipose tissue to control lipolysis.
07-26-23, 04:49 PM
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Posted By MoAlpha

Yeah, Iím no expert either and Iím just training...

Yeah, Iím no expert either and Iím just training to hang with a bunch of other old people, but I have the medical letters after my name and have spent a career in clinical research, so itís all...
07-26-23, 03:33 PM
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Views: 3,139
Posted By MoAlpha

I think you’re right and I hadn’t heard about the...

I think you’re right and I hadn’t heard about the lactate clamp experiment when I wrote that. I think that is pretty convincing as far as the real world of training is concerned. However, I believe...
05-08-23, 08:33 AM
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Posted By MoAlpha

No brain, no pain.

No brain, no pain.
03-12-23, 11:31 AM
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Posted By MoAlpha

I prefer workouts with names like “The...

I prefer workouts with names like “The Brutalizer” and “Don’t Kvetch, Retch.”
03-09-23, 08:17 PM
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Posted By MoAlpha

Yeah, he does say that; the idea being to shift...

Yeah, he does say that; the idea being to shift the lactate curve to the right and, as you say, increase the proportion of lipolysis at higher intensities. However, that seems a bit speculative to...
03-09-23, 12:43 PM
Replies: 60
Views: 3,139
Posted By MoAlpha

I assume all that is true and lactate itself is...

I assume all that is true and lactate itself is the signal to turn off lipolysis, as far as I know. The question seems to be whether training in that zone provides a specific and necessary stimulus...
03-09-23, 08:22 AM
Replies: 60
Views: 3,139
Posted By MoAlpha

San MillŠn is a legit scientist and you can't...

San MillŠn is a legit scientist and you can't argue with Pogacar's performance, but the claim that working out at LT1 selectively improves lactate and fat metabolism is not well supported and been...
03-08-23, 08:19 AM
Replies: 60
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Posted By MoAlpha

I have taken the polarized training idea to heart...

I have taken the polarized training idea to heart since last Spring and gotten my lactate curve measured in order to anchor my zones. I haven't raced on a bike for decades, but my power numbers were...
03-07-23, 12:03 PM
Replies: 60
Views: 3,139
Posted By MoAlpha

Yeah, smart guy with a lifetime of successful...

Yeah, smart guy with a lifetime of successful experience and a humanistic approach to coaching. And definitely not on the Coggan level of rigor. Takes all kinds.
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