Physiological determinants of cross-country ski racing performance.

@article{Mahood2001PhysiologicalDO,
  title={Physiological determinants of cross-country ski racing performance.},
  author={Nicholas V. Mahood and Robert Kenefick and Robert Kertzer and Timothy J. Quinn},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2001},
  volume={33 8},
  pages={1379-84}
}
PURPOSE Previous laboratory testing has identified the importance of upper-body aerobic and anaerobic power to cross-country skiing performance. The purpose of this investigation was to extend laboratory research into a field setting to identify predictors of performance through ski-specific testing. METHODS Thirteen male collegiate skiers performed three field-testing sessions on roller skis to establish lactate threshold (LT) and ski economy (ECON) and maximal oxygen uptake (SK VO(2max… CONTINUE READING

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