Oxygen uptake and heart rate kinetics during heavy exercise: a comparison between arm cranking and leg cycling

@article{Schneider2002OxygenUA,
  title={Oxygen uptake and heart rate kinetics during heavy exercise: a comparison between arm cranking and leg cycling},
  author={Donald A. Schneider and Andrew N. Wing and Norman R Morris},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={88},
  pages={100-106}
}
This study examined the oxygen uptake (V˙O2) and heart rate (HR) kinetics during arm cranking and leg cycling at work rates above the anaerobic threshold (AT). Ten untrained male subjects [21.6 (1.3) years] completed two 7 min 15 s constant-load arm cranking and two leg cycling tests at a power output halfway between the mode-specific AT and peak V˙O2. The time constants for phase II V˙O2 (τ) and HR (τ) kinetics were determined by fitting a monoexponential curve from the end of phase I until 3… CONTINUE READING

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