Self-paced exercise is less physically challenging than enforced constant pace exercise of the same intensity: influence of complex central metabolic control.

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OBJECTIVE To examine whether self-pacing reduces the physiological challenge of performing 5000 m rowing ergometry exercise in comparison with a matched-intensity exercise condition in which a constant effort pacing strategy is enforced. METHODS Nine healthy well-trained male participants volunteered to participate in three 5000 m rowing conditions (two… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bjsm.2008.056085

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@article{Lander2009SelfpacedEI, title={Self-paced exercise is less physically challenging than enforced constant pace exercise of the same intensity: influence of complex central metabolic control.}, author={P J Lander and R J Butterly and Andrew M Edwards}, journal={British journal of sports medicine}, year={2009}, volume={43 10}, pages={789-95} }