A Nonlinear High Performance Complex Training System Model
A Track Cycling
Track Cycling what's the
Oxygen, Altitude and O2 Supplementation Techniques."
Road Cycling Techniques
verses Track Cycling Techniques, what's the difference.
When looking at the out-put requirements of a
modern Track Athlete now verses a conventional Road Endurance
Athlete the numbers are staggering in comparison and not achievable with the
altitude breathing rate programs performance data development because the
physiology of the Track athletes requirements. So when targeting increases in
the skeletal muscle component of the final performance delivery equation it
needs a whole different approach to the use of the Oxygen in that phase to
support the development gains to producing
quicker and superior strength gains with Sea Level workouts to produce the
out-puts for the Track cycling disciplines.
When in the skeletal muscles
development phase we use Hyperbaric Chamber pressure principals to enhance
oxygen saturation levels to stimulate and improve muscle growth and recovery
to do this, this is not a new medical science and a popular treatment option
for injuries and repairs to the body, and yes, you can buy one just like
your altitude tents with the right credentials. When using these principals
for athletic performance increases,
is they are often to effective,
so actually using a chamber is counter productive as the muscle development
out-puts are not sustainable as a fuel source was not developed along side
of it to increase the run time of the out-puts producing the same fading
responses of a LT program on the Indoor Track surface.
By just maintaining a sea level 100% Oxygen
Saturation Partial Pressure level it produces a very effective strength
development program with the increase in the Sarcoplasm fluid development of
the Hypertrophy Specific
Training physiologically of cell volume.
This is defined more formally under Dalton’s law, which states that the sum
of the partial pressures of all of the gases in a mixture will be equal to
the total pressure of that mixture.
Confusingly, partial pressure
is also used to describe dissolved gases, particularly in blood. In this
case, the partial pressure of a gas dissolved in blood is the partial
pressure that the gas would have, if the blood were allowed to equilibrate
with a volume of gas.
Why do we use this counter-intuitive
system? The main reason is that when blood is exposed to fresh air in the
lungs, it equilibrates completely so that the partial pressure of oxygen in
the air spaces in the lungs is equal to the partial pressure of oxygen in
When using the
Hypertrophy Specific Training physiologically
combined with the power meter's torque reading we can develop a theoretical
mathematical pressure equation combining,
rate of force exertion, total amount of exertion, length of exertion to
develop and produce a fuel source for anaerobic work loads and predict the
out-put increases and run time's in advance very accurately and requires
maintaining a oxygen enriched environment to produce the maximum gains and
this is at Sea Level.
For Specialized Complex Track Training profiles
Understanding the "WHY" in every question is the secret, not trying
to follow 1 perfect scripted scientific profile everywhere.
When we look at the use of Oxygen it is targeted
for two very different purposes with in a Track Complex Training System
At Sea Level the standard barometric pressure is 101kPa (760 mmHg). This
means that there is 100% of the oxygen available at sea level.
At 6000ft in Big Bear California the standard
barometric pressure is 82kPa (617 mmHg). This means that there is 81% of the
oxygen available at sea level.
For Specialized Complex Track Training profile
the negative effect of this decrease in pressure at 6000 feet is, in a given
volume of air, there are fewer molecules present. (This is called Boyle's
law.) The percentage of those molecules that are oxygen is exactly the same:
21%. The problem is that there are fewer molecules of everything present,
including oxygen which drastically reduces the recovery rate of an athlete
working a strength tension pressure gradient program producing an
overtraining effect at the sea level work loads.
This has nothing to do with
the breathing rate.
Oxygen that is inhaled within the breathing rate
diffuses into the blood in the lungs. Blood has a massive capacity to
dissolve oxygen. This is because blood contains hemoglobin – a specialized
protein that binds to oxygen in the lungs so that the oxygen can be
transported to the rest of the body.
The amount of hemoglobin in blood increases at high altitude. This is one of
the best-known features of acclimatization (acclimation) to high altitude
does not produce a
increase in out-put force at the
Hence these two techniques use oxygen for two
very different purposes and can not be produced together. One starves the
body of oxygen to increase hemoglobin and the other saturates the muscle
site to enhance growth.
Understanding the Science of movement, Energy
transfer and Oxygen expenditure when combined with the correct execution of
tension workouts and controlled delivery sequences produces a maximum effort
is the key to optimizing your performance.
Understanding the "WHY" in a Complex
Training Profile Model is critical as if the objective is not understood,
just following a script produces a dangerous progression of negative effects
causing a premature and critical failure of the athlete body to perform
their requested tasks in as little as 5 - 7 days.
" Performance Objectives "
and understanding the
" WHY " is critical to
Remember This !!
"Track Cycling is a
Understanding a new language
takes time and patience.