The mnsX phenomenon

The metabolic nervous skin reflex (mnsX) phenomenon is a new physiological discovery, which enables monitoring the process of aerobic and anaerobic energy generation during the exercise. The mnsX sensor is the first device which makes possible for athlete and coach to continuously measure the momentary ratio of the athlete’s aerobic and anaerobic energy generation during the exercise.

By the measurement of the energy generation process, the maximization of skill improvement is become possible. With the sXct (skin reflex controlled training) method both amateur and professional athletes are able to execute their personalized training protocol optimally.


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Primary- / secondary muscle’s Energy generation

Because of the circulation’s redistribution processes, the primary and secondary muscles’ energy generation are significantly different in aerobic and anaerobic training zones at warm up. When monitoring critical and high intensity trainings, the mnsX sensor needs to be place on a sport type dependent secondary muscle to measure accurately the overloaded and regeneration status. Monitoring with more placed mnsX sensor on primary and secondary muscles, we can get an accurate picture about the short, high intensity and longer, endurance improver trainings’ energy generation’s phases.

Efficient Warm Up

With mnsX sensor the optimal warm up intensity and protocol can be accurately defined, wherewith the athlete is able to reach to perfect warm up status in the shortest time, which is highly important before the high intensity trainings. By monitoring with mnsX sensor, it can be clearly see if the warm up process requires some modification (athlete is under dressed, sympathetic nervous domination, etc.).

Aerobic Central skill improvement

If we are doing longer endurance aerobic central skill improver training with heartrate or power control, we can continuously check the intensity of the aerobic energy generation with the mnsX sensor. By the help of mnsX sensor, the unwanted high zone trainings can be avoided.

Aerobic Peripheral skill improvement

The aerobic peripheral skill improvement is efficient on the anaerobic extensive zone intensity. Trainings on anaerobic intensity can decrease the acquired aerobic skill, which causes endurance and regeneration skill reduction, that’s why it requires increased attention. At the most commonly used interval trainings, the optimal intensity, rest time, replay number parameters can be accurately adjustable with mnsX sensor, which makes the improvement safe, and the aerobic ability reduction avoidable.

Anaerobic Capacity improvement

Anaerobic capacity improvement should be doing primarily in anaerobic intensive zone. Between the anaerobic peak-loads, it’s important to secure regeneration in rest time by defining the optimal rest time length and intensity. By the help of mnsX sensor it can be monitor between the anaerobic loads, which cause aerobic overload, the aerobic background was properly regenerated, so the anaerobic capacity can be improve without the reduction of aerobic capacity.

Focus monitoring, Nervous system’s influence of the trainings’ efficient

The autonomous nervous system momentary sympathetic/parasympathetic ratio fundamentally influences the quality of the trainings execution. The parasympathetic overload favors at warm ups, cool downs and aerobic zone training. The sympathetic overload favors at the high intensity anaerobic training sections. It’s optimal, if during the trainings the focus intensity is changing due to the different exercises, so the nervous system is supporting the energy generation process, not blocking. With the mnsX sensor, the change of the energy generation reflexes after the intensity changes can be measured, which indicates the athlete is working out with optimal focus or not.

Laboratory Tests

Using the mnsX sensor during the tests, it can be accurately definable, what is the athlete’s aerobic and anaerobic energy generation ration on each intensity level and what is the maximal intensity level, where the athlete still can work out stable. This parameter can’t be measured with other devices, but it is important, because gives information about the athlete, what type of training she/he did to improve her/himself and what should be change on the training protocols.

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