The electrically assisted bicycle: an alternative way to promote physical activity.

  title={The electrically assisted bicycle: an alternative way to promote physical activity.},
  author={Julien Louis and Jeanick Brisswalter and C{\'e}dric Y M Morio and Charlie Barla and Jean-Jacques Temprado},
  journal={American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitation},
  volume={91 11},
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to analyze the physiologic demand of pedaling on an electrically assisted bicycle to test its potential as an alternative method to perform exercise. DESIGN Twenty participants (ten trained vs. ten untrained in endurance) novice in the electrically assisted bicycle performed the same cycling protocol composed of nine 5-min submaximal cycling periods without electrical support (NO), with a light support (S1), or with a high support (S4). The cycling… CONTINUE READING
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