Exercise intolerance at high altitude (5050m): Critical power and W′

@article{Valli2011ExerciseIA,
  title={Exercise intolerance at high altitude (5050m): Critical power and W′},
  author={Gianluigi Valli and A. Cogo and C. Passino and D. Bonardi and Paolo Palange},
  journal={Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={177},
  pages={333-341}
}
  • Gianluigi Valli, A. Cogo, +2 authors Paolo Palange
  • Published in
    Respiratory Physiology…
    2011
  • Medicine
  • The relationship between work rate (WR) and its tolerable duration (t(LIM)) has not been investigated at high altitude (HA). At HA (5050 m) and at sea level (SL), six subjects therefore performed symptom-limited cycle-ergometry: an incremental test (IET) and three constant-WR tests (% of IET WR(max), HA and SL respectively: WR(1) 70±8%, 74±7%; WR(2) 86±14%, 88±10%; WR(3) 105±13%, 104±9%). The power asymptote (CP) and curvature constant (W') of the hyperbolic WR-t(LIM) relationship were reduced… CONTINUE READING

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