Thanks to the tens of thousands of measurements we have done so far, we can identify four basic training profiles. We will determinate and describe your profile and compare it with them! The training profile will show you how the body resists central fatigue and responds to stress. How fast or slow it can regenerate. You can easily see where you have the potential to improve.
The steady high activity of recovery system balanced by the significant response of the system responsible for activation. Excellent disposition for training. Excellent adaptation after every training/load. Low risk of overloading and overtraining. mySASY will help to find the right training regime to achieve further performance growth and preventing stagnation.
The low level of the recovery system is often accompanied. Low activity of the recovery system is often accompanied by a significant negative response of the activation system to load / stress. The current training regime is not optimal. It is possible to identify situations that pose a threat of overloading or chronic deterioration. mySASY will help you find impulses that will help stimulate better adaptation of organism. As a result, the adaptation capacity of the organism can be gradually increased.
Significant stability of Regeneration and Activation system. Constant slight activation of the system responsible for resource consumption prevail. Low risk of overload and overtraining, but low adaptation response to the training load. The recommendation is to include stronger training impulses and see if they stimulate an adaptation response that is a condition for training improvement. Training can be further intensified if mySASY monitors the risk of overloading.
Both the regeneration and activation systems react adequately dynamically. Good disposition for training with good organism response to load enabling quality feedback control of training. With mySASY you can try adjusting the training load without the risk of overloading. At the same time, it will allow you to identify impulses which stimulate adaptation that is a prerequisite for training improvement.
Just as important as tracking the location of the actual reset, is the evaluation of "parameter dynamics", the shift of the results from the previous measurement. The following basic principles apply:
Shift to the right - improving regeneration and energy replenishment.
Left shift - slowing regeneration and replenishing energy sources.
Shift down - activation of the organism and increasing stress (optimal response to stress).
Shift up - decrease of activation
Left-down shift - excessive load signal.
Scroll right-up - start of supercompensation.
For more detailed information on how to interpret "parameter dynamics" depending on load, please see MySASY academy
The basic text recommendation for the next training procedure is based on the results of the current and previous measurements and your information on ongoing training load.
We will determine and describe your training typology - If you are Talent, Classic, Holder or Threat.
We monitor long-term adaptation capacity, i.e. your ability to resist central fatigue and to adapt to load.
We'll add a detailed descriptionof the nervous system activity, recommend appropriate training load, and advise you on what to focus on with our diagnostics in training.