Distance-dependent association of affect with pacing strategy in cycling time trials.

  title={Distance-dependent association of affect with pacing strategy in cycling time trials.},
  author={Hollie S. Jones and Emily L. Williams and David C Marchant and S. Andy Sparks and Adrian W Midgley and Craig Alan Bridge and Lars R Mcnaughton},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  volume={47 4},
UNLABELLED The psychological construct of affect is proposed to significantly contribute to pacing decisions during exercise. Borg's RPE scale, another important regulator of work rate, is criticized as an inadequate measure of the multiple perceptual responses experienced. This study aimed to examine power output distribution and associated changes in affect, self-efficacy, perceptual cues, HR, and respiratory gases during both 16.1- and 40-km self-paced cycling time trials (TT). Secondly, the… CONTINUE READING
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