Ammonia and lactate in the blood after short-term sprint exercise

@article{Itoh1991AmmoniaAL,
  title={Ammonia and lactate in the blood after short-term sprint exercise},
  author={Hiroshi Itoh and Tetsuo Ohkuwa},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={62},
  pages={22-25}
}
Nine well-trained subjects performed 15-, 30-and 45-s bouts of sprint exercise using a cycle ergometer. There was a significant difference in the mean power between a 15-s sprint (706.0 W, SD 32.5) and a 30-s sprint (627.0 W, SD 27.8;P<0.01). The mean power of the 30-s sprint was higher than that of the 45-s sprint (554.7 W, SD 29.8;P<0.01). Blood ammonia… CONTINUE READING