Cycling Economy Following a 3-wk Natural Altitude Training Camp (~2700) in Nationally Competitive Cyclists

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David T. Martin, Marc J. Quod, Laura GARVICAN, Naroa ETXEBARRIA, Brian Stephens, Franco M. Impellizzeri, Ermanno Rampinini, Aldo Sasi, Christopher Gore

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Abstract

The effects of altitude training on submaximal oxygen uptake (VO 2 ) at sea level are equivocal. Improvements in economy are often reported by research groups using high precision VO 2 measurements and 2-4wk research centered altitude camps. PURPOSE: To document the effects a 3-wk natural altitude training camp on submaximal VO 2 in nationally competitive cyclists preparing for the World Championships
Original languageEnglish
Pages169-170
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - May 2008
EventAnnual Meeting of the ACSM -
Duration: 1 Jan 200816 Jan 2008

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ConferenceAnnual Meeting of the ACSM
Period1/01/0816/01/08

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Martin, D. T., Quod, M. J., GARVICAN, L., ETXEBARRIA, N., Stephens, B., Impellizzeri, F. M., ... Gore, C. (2008). Cycling Economy Following a 3-wk Natural Altitude Training Camp (~2700) in Nationally Competitive Cyclists: 1265. 169-170. Abstract from Annual Meeting of the ACSM, .