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Effect of competitive distance on utilization of anaerobic capacity
In view of published models that assume that anaerobic capacity is expended much earlier in a high intensity event, this study evaluated patterns of aerobic and anaerobic energy expenditures during simulated cycling time trials.
The acute effects of dynamic exercise and nutritional supplementation on blood pressure in hypertensive patients
Hypertension is a modifiable risk factor for coronary heart disease. This study evaluated the reduction in blood pressure (BP) in response to sub-maximal cycling and nutritional supplementation with the active ingredient ...
Physiological responses to submaximal workloads on four exercise ergometers
To allow for accurate exercise prescription, relationships needed to be drawn between four common exercise ergometers often found in a cardiac rehabilitation setting. The StairMaster upright (UP) & recumbent (SR) cycles, ...
Effect of Sodium Bicarbonate and Glycogen Depletion on 1500n1 Time Trials
Previous studies have demonstrated the importance of anaerobic capacity to performance during high intensity exercise. Competitive cyclists/skaters (N = 9) performed three randomly ordered control (C), sodium bicarbonate ...
The effect of d-pinitol on 50 kilometer time trial performance
Previous studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of glucose supplementation during prolonged exercise. The purpose of this study was to determine whether d-pinitol, a purported augmenter of glucose transport would ...
The effect of pre exercise feeding on endurance performance
Glycogen depletion can have a deleterious effect on endurance performance. The use of carbohydrates ingested either before exercise or during has been a topic of numerous studies. However previous studies have been ...