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    SHR Live 7/18 BREAKING NEWS: A Better Way To Gauge Exercise Intensity And Fatigue


    SHR 7/18 @ 9:00AM PT / 12:00PM ET

    BREAKING NEWS: A Better Way To Gauge Exercise Intensity And Fatigue PLUS Can-It Bottle-It Smoke-It Jam-It Pickle-It Cure-It

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    I'd be all over this test if it was less expensive.
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    Anyone have any direct feedback on this test? I would love to hear more. Part of me really wants this to be true, but the other part of me has a hard time believing we can narrow it down to ONE factor, as this is rarely the case (esp with something as complex as fatigue).

    If we look at the nervous system, HRV (heart rate variability) will give us a pretty good gauge of it.

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    I'm skeptical as well, Mike, and very curious...
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    If anyone has any info or results, I would love to see them!
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