Bilateral pedaling asymmetry during a simulated 40-km cycling time-trial.

@article{Carpes2007BilateralPA,
  title={Bilateral pedaling asymmetry during a simulated 40-km cycling time-trial.},
  author={Felipe Pivetta Carpes and Mateus Fortes Rossato and Irvin E Faria and C Bolli Mota},
  journal={The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness},
  year={2007},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={51-7}
}
AIM This study investigated the pedaling asymmetry during a 40-km cycling time-trial (TT). METHODS Six sub-elite competitive male cyclists pedaled a SRM Training Systems cycle ergometer throughout a simulated 40-km TT. A SRM scientific crank dynamometer was used to measure the bilateral crank torque (N.m) and pedaling cadence (rpm). All data were analyzed into 4 stages with equal length obtained according to total time. Comparisons between each stage of the 40-km TT were made by an analysis… CONTINUE READING
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