Time limit and VO2 slow component at intensities corresponding to VO2max in swimmers.

@article{Fernandes2003TimeLA,
  title={Time limit and VO2 slow component at intensities corresponding to VO2max in swimmers.},
  author={Ricardo Jorge Fernandes and Camila dos Santos Cardoso and Susana M Soares and Ant{\'o}nio A M R Ascens{\~a}o and Paulo J Colaço and Jo{\~a}o Paulo Vilas-Boas},
  journal={International journal of sports medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={24 8},
  pages={576-81}
}
The purpose of this study was to measure, in swimming pool conditions and with high level swimmers, the time to exhaustion at the minimum velocity that elicits maximal oxygen consumption (TLim at vVO(2)max), and the corresponding VO(2) slow component (O(2)SC). The vVO(2)max was determined through an intermittent incremental test (n = 15). Forty-eight hours later, TLim was assessed using an all-out swim at vVO(2)max until exhaustion. VO(2) was measured through direct oximetry and the swimming… CONTINUE READING

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