Corpus ID: 39147910

Effect of gender on fatigue and recovery following maximal intensity repeated sprint performance.

@article{Laurent2010EffectOG,
  title={Effect of gender on fatigue and recovery following maximal intensity repeated sprint performance.},
  author={C. Laurent and J. Green and P. Bishop and J. Sj{\"o}kvist and R. Schumacker and M. Richardson and M. Curtner-Smith},
  journal={The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness},
  year={2010},
  volume={50 3},
  pages={
          243-53
        }
}
AIM This study investigated the effects of gender on repeated, maximal-intensity intermittent sprint exercise following variable day-to-day recovery periods. METHODS Sixteen volunteers (8 men, 8 women) performed four trials of high-intensity intermittent sprint exercise consisting of three bouts of eight 30 m sprints (total of 24 sprints). Following completion of the baseline trial, in repeated-measures design, participants were assigned, in counter-balanced order, variable recovery periods… Expand
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