Blood lactate clearance during active recovery after an intense running bout depends on the intensity of the active recovery.

@article{Menzies2010BloodLC,
  title={Blood lactate clearance during active recovery after an intense running bout depends on the intensity of the active recovery.},
  author={Paul Menzies and Craig Menzies and Laura McIntyre and Paul D Paterson and John Wilson and Ole Johan Kemi},
  journal={Journal of sports sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={28 9},
  pages={975-82}
}
High-intensity exercise training contributes to the production and accumulation of blood lactate, which is cleared by active recovery. However, there is no commonly agreed intensity or mode for clearing accumulated blood lactate. We studied clearance of accumulated blood lactate during recovery at various exercise intensities at or below the lactate threshold after high-intensity interval runs that prompted lactate accumulation. Ten males repeated 5-min running bouts at 90% of maximal oxygen… CONTINUE READING

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