Frank Evertsen wrote:
Lactate measurements may increase the athletes sensitivity of thair exercise intensity, and may assist some of them to hit their target intensity during training. But of course, the coach need to have good knowledge about the use of the meters. Not many coaches or athletes have enough knowledge about it, at least in Norway.
Frank, i´m not from Norway, but can´t you say what you know about lactic acid meters that WE don´t, and what made you think that many coches aren´t enough knowledge about it?
Or what´s the correct and the wrong?
One thing that made me guess that most of Nordics relate to latins are different is the fact that they say some ideas or that´s suposed to be facts, but then they don´t justify or argue about that sentences -they are prety secretives. Of course that i don´t wait for an academic desertation/paper about the acid lactic meter use, but since you do an afirmation, you need to justify that or in our minds that´s an absurd or an inconsequent post, as classified as not trust.
How can we know if you are saying a nonsense idea or if you are simple saying a very speculative idea? Thus please, say a minimum justification of that your issue.