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02-15-23, 07:47 PM
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Posted By MoAlpha

Giant cell arteritis was one of those rare...

Giant cell arteritis was one of those rare treatable causes of stroke we were always looking for as neurology residents. I finally saw a case with Tom Cupps and Tony Fauci when I was doing consults...
02-15-23, 05:53 PM
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Posted By MoAlpha

I find the placebo/nocebo effects of the PMC,...

I find the placebo/nocebo effects of the PMC, HRV, the sleep tracker, etc pretty strong and I struggle to generate good subjective ratings. I should probably give up the gizmos, but I loves me some...
02-15-23, 08:20 AM
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Posted By MoAlpha

TSB is training stress balance, i.e., CTL minus...

TSB is training stress balance, i.e., CTL minus ATL or sometimes ATL as a percentage of CTL.

PMR? Polymyalgia rheumatica, in which case yikes!
02-14-23, 05:34 PM
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Posted By MoAlpha

Yes, thatís how they say to track it. Lots of...

Yes, thatís how they say to track it. Lots of fitness geeks (including long-suffering spouse and I) use this: https://www.hrv4training.com/
02-14-23, 03:56 PM
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Posted By MoAlpha

Not much. Heart rate variability is a more...

Not much. Heart rate variability is a more sensitive, direct, and better validated readout of autonomic nervous system status than HR or BP.
02-14-23, 03:24 PM
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Posted By MoAlpha

I understood it the opposite way, but what do I...

I understood it the opposite way, but what do I know?
02-14-23, 03:22 PM
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Posted By MoAlpha

I decreased my ATL decay to 8 days when I turned...

I decreased my ATL decay to 8 days when I turned Medicare years old, and all that did was low-pass filter the thing a little more, making day-by-day loads look smaller, which was not really how I...
02-14-23, 12:04 PM
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Posted By MoAlpha

Right. So you're just saying that if the time...

Right. So you're just saying that if the time constant is higher, the CTL will be lower and vice versa, or am I missing something more subtle?

Too bad no one will fund good studies to validate and...
02-14-23, 11:34 AM
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Posted By MoAlpha

I think the problem is that you feel good until...

I think the problem is that you feel good until you don't and then you can find yourself in a hole that could disrupt a season.

Good point about the ramp rate in relation to absolute CTL or, more...
02-14-23, 10:47 AM
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Posted By MoAlpha

Alan Couzens, who, I think, tends to shoot from...

Alan Couzens, who, I think, tends to shoot from the hip, says anything more than 0.5 is unsustainable over some unspecified period. I'm happy when mine is positive, but the duration is clearly...
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