Intensity-dependent tolerance to exercise after attaining V(O2) max in humans.

@article{Coats2002IntensitydependentTT,
  title={Intensity-dependent tolerance to exercise after attaining V(O2) max in humans.},
  author={Edward M Coats and Harry B Rossiter and James Ronald Day and Akira B. Miura and Yoshiyuki Fukuba and Brian Whipp},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={95 2},
  pages={
          483-90
        }
}
The tolerable duration of high-intensity, constant-load cycle ergometry is a hyperbolic function of power, with an asymptote termed critical power (CP) and a curvature constant (W') with units of work. It has been suggested that continued exercise after exhaustion may only be performed below CP, where predominantly aerobic energy transfer can occur and W' can be partially replenished. To test this hypothesis, six volunteers each performed cycle-ergometer exercise with breath-by-breath… CONTINUE READING

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