Myoglobin in its deoxygenated form is a 1H NMR visible biomarker of intracellular oxygenation. Its low concentration and very short relaxation times have been major challenges to map deoxy-myoglobin dynamically during a transient state, such as ischemia. Here, we interleaved the acquisition of a full 2D CSI data set at the dMb frequency (~79 ppm), a non-localized dMb spectrum and an anatomical image with radial encoding to track dMb dynamics during an ischemic bout with a temporal resolution of 3.5 seconds. Promising proof-of-concept results are shown. This method suggests a strong potential for energy metabolism studies in vivo.