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Figure 2: Inter-beat interval across rest, stationary bicycle effort, and recovery periods for a representative participant from Study 2 at preworkshop and 4-week follow-up time points. A least-squares polynomial of best fit was calculated for each recording. Within each effort to recovery transition window (dotted lines), the local minimum (a) and maximum (b) were determined, between which the inflexion point (c) was used to derive maximal linear point-slope of the curve as a measure of recovery rate. Across participants with available data at both time points (n = 11), mean point-slope increased from preworkshop to 4-week follow-up (P = 0.077)

Figure 2: Inter-beat interval across rest, stationary bicycle effort, and recovery periods for a representative participant from Study 2 at preworkshop and 4-week follow-up time points. A least-squares polynomial of best fit was calculated for each recording. Within each effort to recovery transition window (dotted lines), the local minimum (a) and maximum (b) were determined, between which the inflexion point (c) was used to derive maximal linear point-slope of the curve as a measure of recovery rate. Across participants with available data at both time points (<i>n</i> = 11), mean point-slope increased from preworkshop to 4-week follow-up (<i>P</i> = 0.077)