Tolerance to high-intensity intermittent running exercise: do oxygen uptake kinetics really matter?

@inproceedings{Buchheit2012ToleranceTH,
  title={Tolerance to high-intensity intermittent running exercise: do oxygen uptake kinetics really matter?},
  author={Martin Buchheit and Karim Hader and A Mendez-villanueva},
  booktitle={Front. Physio.},
  year={2012}
}
We examined the respective associations between aerobic fitness ([Formula: see text]max), metabolic control ([Formula: see text] kinetics) and locomotor function, and various physiological responses to high-intensity intermittent (HIT) running exercise in team sport players. Eleven players (30.5 ± 3.6 year) performed a series of tests to determine their [Formula: see text]max and the associated velocity (v[Formula: see text]max), maximal sprinting speed (MSS) and [Formula: see text] kinetics at… CONTINUE READING
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