29 Apr '17, 2pm

@fmarino64 @ziggibson @Sale_ExNut You are right. Before he wrote this crap on his website

@fmarino64 @ziggibson @Sale_ExNut You are right. Before he wrote this crap on his website

It is achieved in part by constructing straw men arguments, providing others with their own beliefs before criticizing them, and failing this, telling them they simply don’t understand, or to just shut up. One of the straw men that has emerged in the course of his responses is the notion that fatigue must be defined as being an absolute event. This is a constructed argument, though of course if you wish to create exercise conditions to satisfy this definition, it is relatively easy to do. The Marcora study I wrote about above does exactly this – it defines “exhaustion” and “fatigue” as the exact moment where the cyclist gives up in the 80% trial. Then because fatigue or exhaustion are discreet and absolute, then any increase in power output during the second 5-s sprint must be a revolutionary finding about fatigue.

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