Factors affecting running economy in trained distance runners.

@article{Saunders2004FactorsAR,
  title={Factors affecting running economy in trained distance runners.},
  author={Philo Urson Saunders and David B Pyne and Richard D Telford and John A. Hawley},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={34 7},
  pages={
          465-85
        }
}
Running economy (RE) is typically defined as the energy demand for a given velocity of submaximal running, and is determined by measuring the steady-state consumption of oxygen (VO2) and the respiratory exchange ratio. Taking body mass (BM) into consideration, runners with good RE use less energy and therefore less oxygen than runners with poor RE at the same velocity. There is a strong association between RE and distance running performance, with RE being a better predictor of performance than… CONTINUE READING
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