Why do we use the Moxy Muscle Oxygen Monitor?

During your training session, muscle glycogen and glucose are continuously broken down to make ATP. To get ATP in large quantities, your muscle have these structures called mitochondria where they generate energy for the cell, in the form of ATP. Thought the transformation of oxygen to working muscle your mitochondria use O2 to convert macronutrients (carbohydrates, fats, and/ or proteins) into ATP. We call this process aerobic metabolism.
The circulatory system provides the muscle with arterial blood (red) that is saturated with oxygen. In order to function, the muscle tissue uses the oxygen and leave the blood less oxygenated. The veins (blue) transport the blood back the lunges where it is saturated with oxygen again.
When the oxygen supply of the muscle is sufficient, the muscle work in the so-called aerobic zone: at this point, metabolic process is functioning at their respective optimum, muscle tissues grow large and the performance is enhanced. However, if the energy requirement of the muscle tissue surges due to an increasing strain without a rise in oxygenation levels, cellular processes reach the anaerobic zone. During this energy turn over, lactate and hydrogen ions are produced that lead to a reduction of the PH value of the blood. The body over acidifies and the physical performance cannot be sustained. The muscle get tired rapidly and the activity would need to be stopped.
For that reason, the continuous monitoring of the muscle oxygenation is of great importance for an effective training strategy. To achieve maximum efficiency during a training session, the workout crossing the live into anaerobic processes.
That's why at Ciclcocorse Cycling Studio we design your training protocols by optimizing the development of the aerobic and anaerobic system.

Muscle Oxygenation Testing

The testing protocol is a 5 x 1-5 incremental step test using a Power Meter and the Moxy sensor. We start the test with a load of 45% of FTP for 5 minutes rest 1 minutes and increase 15% every 5 minutes until failure to hold that load. This test is a physiologic assessment that intended to identify oxygenation zones and not to measure FTP.

Individual cost of test is $75

Moxy’s Oxygen training protocol help us determine:

•Muscle Oxygenation Zones.
•Identify the Athletes physiologic limiter.
•Precision guidance of High Intensity Interval training.
•Manage Recovery Intensity.
•Calibration of the Athletes RPE.
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20 min. test that measures the power associated with your Sprint and Endurance ability. This test gives us the insights we need to calibrate your program to you.
This is the average power you can hold during a 1 hr time trial, and it´s a good predictor of your endurance ability.
Is the highest average power that a cyclist can maintain before the energy systems switch over less efficient method.
Stands for a physical amount of anaerobic energy every individual has available to them above Critical Power
Pedal Stroke Analysis is one of the most effective tools we can use to ensure that an athlete's cycling form is as efficient as possible. In the Pedal Stroke Analysis we are taking into consideration the Spin Scan Graph, Average Torque Angles and Power Splits.
Provides athletes and coaches a metric to compare riders of different body composition to one another, as well as understand how effective an athlete’s training is for the demands of a specific ride or race. There are several ways to improve your W/kg once you understand how to train it and why you should train it.
It is designed to measure the percentage of hemoglobin-and-myoglobin-carrying oxygen in the capillaries and cells of muscle tissue, where oxygen is consumed to produce energy. It helps identify optimal training intensity zones and provides feedback on the physiologic systems limiting performance.
60 min. that hover around your FTP. These sessions improve fatigue resistance at your FTP, and enhance it.
Sequences of short work and recovery periods. The target of these sessions is higher power outputs to develop fatigue resistance and aerobic capacity.
10-20 min. intervals bellow your threshold power. Ideal for long distance.
4-6 min intervals holding your peak power output. Raises VO2 max. Significantly and increases power output by 5-6%.