Predicting power outputs in a fatigued state: A pilot study
Keywords:Power Output, Fatigue
Power output predictions from a novel test were compared to those achieved in hill and mountain top finishes in professional cyclists. Power output was overestimated by 2W ±5W from the novel test across durations from 491-1860s. This is in comparison to power output estimates from a traditional power profile test which overestimated power outputs by 23W ± 18.
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