Effect of temperature on skeletal muscle energy turnover during dynamic knee-extensor exercise in humans.

@article{Ferguson2006EffectOT,
  title={Effect of temperature on skeletal muscle energy turnover during dynamic knee-extensor exercise in humans.},
  author={Richard A. Ferguson and Peter Krustrup and Michael Kjaer and Mona Mohr and Derek Ball and Jens Bangsbo},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={101 1},
  pages={47-52}
}
The present study examined the effect of elevated temperature on muscle energy turnover during dynamic exercise. Nine male subjects performed 10 min of dynamic knee-extensor exercise at an intensity of 43 W (SD 10) and a frequency of 60 contractions per minute. Exercise was performed under normal (C) and elevated muscle temperature (HT) through passive heating. Thigh oxygen uptake (V(O2)) was determined from measurements of thigh blood flow and femoral arterial-venous differences for oxygen… CONTINUE READING

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