Local critical power is an index of local endurance

@article{Chevalier2000LocalCP,
  title={Local critical power is an index of local endurance},
  author={Julia M. Chevalier and Henry Vandewalle and Chantalle Th{\'e}paut-Mathieu and John F. Stein and Luis Caplan},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={81},
  pages={120-127}
}
The hypothesis that critical power (CP) is significantly lower than the maximal aerobic power of the knee extensors has been tested in nine endurance-trained subjects, seven gymnasts and seven weight lifters. CP was calculated as being equal to the slope of the linear relationship between exhaustion time and work performed at exhaustion on a knee-extension ergometer. CP was compared with the power output at the end of a progressive knee-extension exercise (P peak) and the power outputs… CONTINUE READING

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