Changes in cycling efficiency and performance after endurance exercise.

@article{Passfield2000ChangesIC,
  title={Changes in cycling efficiency and performance after endurance exercise.},
  author={Louis Passfield and Jonathan H. Doust},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2000},
  volume={32 11},
  pages={1935-41}
}
PURPOSE This study was designed to examine the effects of moderate-intensity endurance exercise on cycling performance, gross efficiency, and 30-s sprint power output. METHODS Two separate experiments were conducted. After a controlled warm-up, subjects completed as much work as possible in a 5-min performance test (EXP1) or a maximal 30-s sprint test (EXP2). These initial exercise bouts were followed by approximately 60 min of cycling at approximately 60% VO2peak or an equivalent period of… CONTINUE READING
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