What limits performance during whole-body incremental exercise to exhaustion in humans?

@article{MoralesAlamo2015WhatLP,
  title={What limits performance during whole-body incremental exercise to exhaustion in humans?},
  author={David Morales-Alamo and Jos{\'e} Losa-Reyna and Rafael Torres-Peralta and Marcos Martin‐Rincon and Mario Perez-Valera and David Curtelin and Jes{\'u}s Gustavo Ponce-Gonz{\'a}lez and Alfredo Santana and Jos{\'e} A L Calbet},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={593 20},
  pages={
          4631-48
        }
}
To determine the mechanisms causing task failure during incremental exercise to exhaustion (IE), sprint performance (10 s all-out isokinetic) and muscle metabolites were measured before (control) and immediately after IE in normoxia (P(IO2) 143 mmHg) and hypoxia (P(IO2): 73 mmHg) in 22 men (22 ± 3 years). After IE, subjects recovered for either 10 or 60 s, with open circulation or bilateral leg occlusion (300 mmHg) in random order. This was followed by a 10 s sprint with open circulation. Post… CONTINUE READING
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