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STUDY OF ANAEROBIC THRESHOLD IN HEALTH

@inproceedings{KarpeSTUDYOA,
  title={STUDY OF ANAEROBIC THRESHOLD IN HEALTH},
  author={Sonal Prabhakar Karpe}
}
www.johronline.com 10 | P a g e For Correspondence: sonalkarpeATyahoo.co.in Received on: August 2014 Accepted after revision: August 2014 Downloaded from: www.johronline.com Introduction: The anaerobic threshold (AT), also known as the lactate threshold, lactic acid threshold, gas exchange threshold, or ventilatory threshold, is considered an estimator of the onset of metabolic acidosis caused predominantly by the increased rate of rise of arterial lactate during Abstract Introduction: The… Expand

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