Kinetics of O2 uptake, leg blood flow, and muscle deoxygenation are slowed in the upper compared with lower region of the moderate-intensity exercise domain.

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Six male subjects [23 yr (SD 4)] performed repetitions (6-8) of two-legged, moderate-intensity, knee-extension exercise during two separate protocols that included step transitions from 3 W to 90% estimated lactate threshold (thetaL) performed as a single step (S3) and in two equal steps (S1, 3 W to approximately 45% thetaL; S2, approximately 45% thetaL to… (More)

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@article{MacPhee2005KineticsOO, title={Kinetics of O2 uptake, leg blood flow, and muscle deoxygenation are slowed in the upper compared with lower region of the moderate-intensity exercise domain.}, author={S. MacPhee and J. Kevin Shoemaker and Donald Paterson and J. Kowalchuk}, journal={Journal of applied physiology}, year={2005}, volume={99 5}, pages={1822-34} }