Cardiovascular drift is related to reduced maximal oxygen uptake during heat stress.

@article{Wingo2005CardiovascularDI,
  title={Cardiovascular drift is related to reduced maximal oxygen uptake during heat stress.},
  author={Jonathan Eric Wingo and Andrew Jon Lafrenz and Matthew Stueck Ganio and G. L. Edwards and Kirk Jeffreys Cureton},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2005},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={
          248-55
        }
}
INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE This study investigated whether the progressive rise in heart rate (HR) and fall in stroke volume (SV) during prolonged, constant-rate, moderate-intensity exercise (cardiovascular drift, CVdrift) in a hot environment is associated with a reduction in VO(2max). METHODS CVdrift was measured in nine male cyclists between 15 and 45 min of cycling at 60% VO(2max) in 35 degrees C that was immediately followed by measurement of VO(2max). VO(2max) also was measured after 15 min… CONTINUE READING

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