Preventing and Reversing Alzheimer’s Disease

Take Away’s

Need to read his book,”The End of Alzheimer’s: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline”

ReCODE – reversal of cognitive decline – a protocol that offers a new approach to treatment that has reversed symptoms in patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.

Cognoscopy test
comprehensive assessment of blood labs and genome tests with access to a Trained Practitioner Locator Tool .

Podcast EliteHRV & Alan Couzens

Alan Couzens Interview

Good coaching resource for Triathlons, specializing in periodization and training planing.

Notes from Interview

  • Perfect periodization. The case for separating volume and intensity in a model for training.
  • Volume is sometimes underrated. Intensity is appealing but isn’t always the solution to better results.
  • Modulating volume and intensity in training for better long term results.
  • Connective tissue takes longer to adapt than muscle tissue. Why this is important for long term results.
  • Predicting injury with machine learning. Variables to consider.
  • Predicting athlete injury:
  • Training and non-training factors. Using HRV to understand the bigger picture of performance.
  • The stress of competition changes how your body handles heat, hydration, energy regulation and more.

Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

What is HRV?

HRV is the measure of the variation among the intervals of your heartbeats, because your heat does not beat at exact intervals.

Why is important?

The value for HRV, typical values between 20-100, can indicate your overall health and fitness, and also tell you how ready you are for future strenuous exercise. A higher number indicates that your body is very healthy and ready for more challenging workouts.

What factors influence it?

The amount of sleep, amount of training, stress, dehydration, smoking, alcohol, and if you about to get sick, are all things that can influence your HRV.

How to use HRV to better your fitness.

The best way to use HRV is let the value, taken in the morning, help determine how hard you train that day. If you have a lower value, you might want to take it easy or even take a recovery day to rest your body from potentially over-training or potentially getting sick.

Good resources to learn more details about HRV.

Ben Greenfield Podcast: HRV: The Single, Next Big Trend In Biohacking And Self-Quantification And How To Use It

Ben Greenfield Podcast: The Best Way To Know How Stress, Supplements, Sleep, Sex & More Affects Your Nervous System: The Latest News About Heart Rate Variability (HRV) Training

Article by EliteHRV: What is HRV

Article on HRV4Training site: A Deep Primer

Apps to monitor HRV

Devices used to measure HRV

Arguably the best and easiest devive for keeping track of your HRV.

Thom Priority: This is a second tier priority for me, but only because of the expense. I will definitely purchase one once I have the extra funds.

Thom Rating: 5 star because I think this should be a tool every serious athlete needs to take advantage.