Responses to kayak ergometer performance after kayak and bicycle ergometer training.

@article{Ridge1976ResponsesTK,
  title={Responses to kayak ergometer performance after kayak and bicycle ergometer training.},
  author={B R Ridge and Frank S Pyke and Andrew D Roberts},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports},
  year={1976},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={18-22}
}
Ten moderately active male volunteers, age 19-30 years, completed one month of training on either a kayak or a bicycle ergometer (five men in each group). The men completed sixteen 30 minute sessions of continuous work at an intensity which maintained their HR within 85-90% of its maximum, as previously determined on the kayak ergometer. After this training period the kayak group demonstrated significant decreases in VO2, VE, HR and blood lactate in submaximal kayak ergometer work and a… CONTINUE READING

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