I'm totally frustrated by the MS Health VO2 calculation. It has steadily declined for me over the last few weeks, from 38 to 29. This in spite of steadily decreasing weight, and steadily increasing cycling mileage. I'm averaging 18 to 20 miles, three to four days per week, and this in very hilly northern Maine terrain. I managed to bring my average speed up over 15mph in spite of the fact that the uphills are approximately 16 times longer than the downhills :sweaty: (at least it seems like they are). I'm also doing a couple of miles walking on the treadmill at 4.3mph and full elevation on off-cycling days, combined with a half hour of strength/core training.
Garmin is showing my V02 as 43. MS has me at 29. I realize that there really isn't that much value in this stat., but sheesh, throw me a bone, will ya?