casual obsever wrote:
Oh good. Then you might realize that we talked about the ABP, so all your talk about people with genetically high Hct who'd suffer under a fixed upper limit is pointless, because the ABP is.... individualized. Surprise, surprise.
This ⬆️ You mean rekrunner fails to understand that the ABP is completely "individualized?" That's ABP 101. It wouldn't matter if an athlete had a naturally high crit of say 51.0 - the ABP upper parameters would be adjusted accordingly as you point out. I'm surprised rekrunner failed to grasp this concept with the amount of time he spends researching the ABP. Just trolling maybe? ?