Aerobic and anaerobic energy conversion during high-intensity exercise.

@article{WardSmith1999AerobicAA,
  title={Aerobic and anaerobic energy conversion during high-intensity exercise.},
  author={A J Ward-Smith},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={1999},
  volume={31 12},
  pages={
          1855-60
        }
}
  • A J Ward-Smith
  • Published 1999 in Medicine and science in sports and exercise
PURPOSE The aim of the study is to compare data on anaerobic and aerobic energy conversion during exercise of high intensity leading to exhaustion. Several different data sources are used, including data extracted from mathematical analyses of world and Olympic running records, data from laboratory tests, and data based on biochemical information. METHODS Theoretical relationships are derived and comparisons are made of the ratio of aerobic to total energy contributions as functions of time… CONTINUE READING
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