Pacing strategies of inexperienced children during repeated 800 m individual time-trials and simulated competition.

@article{Lambrick2013PacingSO,
  title={Pacing strategies of inexperienced children during repeated 800 m individual time-trials and simulated competition.},
  author={Danielle Marie Lambrick and Alex Rowlands and Thomas F. Rowland and Roger G. Eston},
  journal={Pediatric exercise science},
  year={2013},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={198-211}
}
Prior experience of fatiguing tasks is considered essential to establishing an optimal pacing strategy. This study examined the pacing behavior of inexperienced children during self-paced, 800 m running, both individually and within a competitive environment. Thirteen children (aged 9-11 y) completed a graded-exercise test to volitional exhaustion on a treadmill (laboratory trial), followed by three self-paced, individual 800 m time-trials (Trials 1-3) and one self-paced, competitive 800 m time… CONTINUE READING
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