Oxygen uptake during high-intensity running: response following a single bout of interval training

@article{James1999OxygenUD,
  title={Oxygen uptake during high-intensity running: response following a single bout of interval training},
  author={David V. B. James and Jonathan H. Doust},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={79},
  pages={237-243}
}
Elevated oxygen uptake (V˙O2) during moderate-intensity running following a bout of interval running training has been studied previously. To further investigate this phenomenon, the V˙O2 response to high-intensity exercise was examined following a bout of interval running. Well-trained endurance runners were split into an experimental group [maximum oxygen uptake, V˙O2 max 4.73 (0.39) l · min−1] and a reliability group [V˙O2 max 4.77 (0.26) l · min−1]. The experimental group completed a… CONTINUE READING