Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption ( Epoc ) following Multiple Effort Sprint and Moderate Aerobic Exercise

@inproceedings{Townsend2013ExcessPO,
  title={Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption ( Epoc ) following Multiple Effort Sprint and Moderate Aerobic Exercise},
  author={Jeremy Townsend and Jeffrey Stout and Aaron B. Morton and Adam R. Jajtner and A. Mariano Gonz{\'a}lez and Adam J Wells and Gerald T Mangine and William. P. McCormack and Nadia S. Emerson and Edward Heath Robinson and Jay R. Hoffman and Maren S Fragala and Ludmila Cos{\'i}o-Lima},
  year={2013}
}
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of 30-second all-out sprint interval exercise (SIE) vs. moderate aerobic exercise (MA) on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC). Six recreationallytrained males (age=23.3±1.4 yrs, weight=81.8±9.9 kg, height=180.8±6.3 cm) completed a sprint interval exercise session consisting of three… CONTINUE READING