Browsing Sports and Exercise Science by Author "Vanhatalo, Anni"

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  • Burnley, Mark; Vanhatalo, Anni; Doust, Jonathan H. (2008-09-01)
    Purpose: The aim of this investigation was to test the hypothesis that a 3-min all-out cycling test would detect a change in critical power (CP) following a 4 week interval training intervention. Methods: Nine habitually ...
  • Burnley, Mark; Doust, Jonathan H.; Vanhatalo, Anni (2006-11)
    Purpose: We tested the hypothesis that a 3-min all-out cycling test would provide a measure of peak oxygen uptake (VO2peak) and estimate the maximal steady-state power output. Methods: Eleven habitually active subjects ...
  • Vanhatalo, Anni; Jones, Andrew M.; Burnley, M. (2011-03-01)
    The critical power (CP) is mathematically defined as the power-asymptote of the hyperbolic relationship between power output and time-to-exhaustion. Physiologically, the CP represents the boundary between the steady-state ...
  • Dekerle, Jeanne; Burnley, Mark; Vanhatalo, Anni (2008-10-01)
    Aims. – Determination of critical power (CP) from a single test. Current knowledge. – Recent research has been conducted on the utility of all-out exercise to identify parameters of physiological function. This has led to ...
  • Vanhatalo, Anni; Doust, Jonathan H.; Burnley, Mark (2007-03)
    Purpose: We tested the hypothesis that the power output attained at the end of a 3-min all-out cycling test would be equivalent to critical power. Methods: Ten habitually active subjects performed a ramp test, two 3-min ...
  • Burnley, Mark; Vanhatalo, Anni; Jones, Andrew M. (2012-07)
    Whether the transition in fatigue processes between "low-intensity" and "high-intensity" contractions occurs gradually, as the torque requirements are increased, or whether this transition occurs more suddenly at some ...
  • Jones, Andrew M.; Wilkerson, Daryl P.; Vanhatalo, Anni; Burnley, Mark (2008-10)
    Seven male subjects completed cycle exercise bouts to the limit of tolerance on three occasions: (1) at a constant work rate (340±57 W; even-pace strategy; ES); (2) at a work rate that was initially 10% lower than that in ...

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