Physiological differences between cycling and running: lessons from triathletes.

@article{Millet2009PhysiologicalDB,
  title={Physiological differences between cycling and running: lessons from triathletes.},
  author={Gregoire P. Millet and Ver{\'o}nica E Vleck and David John Bentley},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={39 3},
  pages={179-206}
}
The purpose of this review was to provide a synopsis of the literature concerning the physiological differences between cycling and running. By comparing physiological variables such as maximal oxygen consumption (V O(2max)), anaerobic threshold (AT), heart rate, economy or delta efficiency measured in cycling and running in triathletes, runners or cyclists, this review aims to identify the effects of exercise modality on the underlying mechanisms (ventilatory responses, blood flow, muscle… CONTINUE READING
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