Research publications linked with the analysis of time to exhaustion in cycling and the importance of laboratory tests
Keywords:Time limit; Time to exhaustion; VO2max; VT2; RCP; MLSS;
It seems sensible to establish that TTE in laboratories for each cyclist and for each specific physiologic event, involves a very high cost in human resources, time, and materials, as well as been highly demanding for cyclists from the physiological and physiological point of view. These facts preclude its widespread use for most of them. However, it is also evident that although the use of potentiometers in the field and the analysis of power profiles based on specific times represent the future, it must be recognized that, without the basic research carried out in laboratories around the world during the last three decades, this future would lack of the sufficient scientific support
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