Effects of short-term endurance training on muscle deoxygenation trends using NIRS.

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PURPOSE This study examined changes in cardiorespiratory responses and muscle deoxygenation trends to test the hypothesis that both central and peripheral adaptations would contribute to the improvements in VO(2max) and simulated cycling performance after short-term high-intensity training. METHODS Eight male cyclists performed an incremental cycle… (More)

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