The Significance of Time to Exhaustion at the Velocity at VO2Max

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There were two primary goals in this investigation. The first goal was to determine if inter-individual variability in time to exhaustion at the velocity associated with V02max (Tlim at Vmax) was explained by anaerobic capacity (AC), Vmax, anaerobic threshold (AT), and/or a combination variable in the form [AC • (Vmax - vAT)^-1]. The second goal was to determine if AC could be predicted from Tlim at Vmax, AT, and/or a combination variable in the form [Tlim • (Vmax - vAT)].

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Ehler, Karen May 1998.

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There were two primary goals in this investigation. The first goal was to determine if inter-individual variability in time to exhaustion at the velocity associated with V02max (Tlim at Vmax) was explained by anaerobic capacity (AC), Vmax, anaerobic threshold (AT), and/or a combination variable in the form [AC • (Vmax - vAT)^-1]. The second goal was to determine if AC could be predicted from Tlim at Vmax, AT, and/or a combination variable in the form [Tlim • (Vmax - vAT)].

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Ehler, Karen. The Significance of Time to Exhaustion at the Velocity at VO2Max, thesis, May 1998; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc278993/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .