Influence of all-out and fast start on 5-min cycling time trial performance.

@article{Aisbett2009InfluenceOA,
  title={Influence of all-out and fast start on 5-min cycling time trial performance.},
  author={Brad Aisbett and Peter Lerossignol and Glenn Kevin McConell and Chris R Abbiss and Rod Snow},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2009},
  volume={41 10},
  pages={1965-71}
}
PURPOSE To examine the influence of two different fast-start pacing strategies on performance and oxygen consumption (VO2) during cycle ergometer time trials lasting ∼5 min. METHODS Eight trained male cyclists performed four cycle ergometer time trials whereby the total work completed (113 ± 11.5 kJ; mean ± SD) was identical to the better of two 5-min self-paced familiarization trials. During the performance trials, initial power output was manipulated to induce either an all-out or a fast… CONTINUE READING
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