A new VO2max protocol allowing self-pacing in maximal incremental exercise
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
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AbstractThe traditional maximal oxygen uptake (VO(2max)) protocol has received criticism for being an unnatural form of exercise, lacking ecological validity and producing different VO(2max) responses depending on protocol duration and work rate increments.
CitationMauger, A.R. and Sculthorpe, N., (2012) 'A new VO₂max protocol allowing self-pacing in maximal incremental exercise', British Journal of Sports Medicine, 46(1) pp.59-63.
- WITHDRAWN:A New VO2maxProtocolAllowing Self-Pacing in Maximal Incremental Exercise.
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- Issue date: 2010 Dec 1
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