... and by the commentary...
It probably meant you could move your AT closer to your 'current' VO2 max with training.......by which time your VO2 max will have improved yet still.
To my understanding AT can never equal VO2 max at the 'same time' for an individual. If anyone disagrees, I'd be grateful to be corrected.
I am guessing that they charged you a lot of money for this test; ring them up and ask them what the results mean and what to do with them. If they are any good they should explain what they mean otherwise there are other labs that do these tests. Surely the point of these tests is to ensure your training sessions are tailored for you?
Fair enough; I wish my company did this! I would still ask what they meant by "Appropriate training", if they tell you to get stuffed you have not lost anything. If they are used to fat unhealthy accountants they may quite like having someone taking an interest in their results. But what happens if the accountants fail? Do they get dragged out the back and dumped in a skip?
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