Understanding The Athlete's Unique Physiology
At Neo Pro we use an enhanced power profile using a second by second power human performance model. The human performance model has given Neo a group of metrics to achieve a full 360 degree view of the performing athlete. This enhanced level of human performance modelling helps us as coaches delve deeper into understanding how our athletes produce power but also their unique strengths and weakness.
Measuring Dose Response
Progressive overload of training is so important and using Ramp rate (Blue line) is an excellent way at looking a that dose response, especially the gap when the rider backs off and adaptations take place.
As we begin to increase the volume of training mFTP is given a little nudge up from below. This is the first time in a while the direction of this fitness marker starts to improve.