Physiological and biomechanical factors associated with elite endurance cycling performance.

@article{Coyle1991PhysiologicalAB,
  title={Physiological and biomechanical factors associated with elite endurance cycling performance.},
  author={Edward F. Coyle and Michael E. Feltner and Steven A. Kautz and Marc T Hamilton and Scott Montain and A M Baylor and Lawrence D. Abraham and G W Petrek},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={1991},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={93-107}
}
In this study we evaluated the physiological and biomechanical responses of "elite-national class" (i.e., group 1; N = 9) and "good-state class" (i.e., group 2; N = 6) cyclists while they simulated a 40 km time-trial in the laboratory by cycling on an ergometer for 1 h at their highest power output. Actual road racing 40 km time-trial performance was highly correlated with average absolute power during the 1 h laboratory performance test (r = -0.88; P less than 0.001). In turn, 1 h power output… CONTINUE READING
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