Exercise intensity: effect on postexercise O2 uptake in trained and untrained women.

@article{Chad1991ExerciseIE,
  title={Exercise intensity: effect on postexercise O2 uptake in trained and untrained women.},
  author={Karen E. Chad and B M Quigley},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={70 4},
  pages={
          1713-9
        }
}
Despite many reports of long-lasting elevation of metabolism after exercise, little is known regarding the effects of exercise intensity and duration on this phenomenon. This study examined the effect of a constant duration (30 min) of cycle ergometer exercise at varied intensity levels [50 and 70% of maximal O2 consumption (VO2max)] on 3-h recovery of oxygen uptake (VO2). VO2 and respiratory exchange ratios were measured by open-circuit spirometry in five trained female cyclists (age 25 +/- 1… CONTINUE READING

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