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- Critical skating intensity on a slide board: physiological and neuromuscular responses and correlation with performance on ice
- Piucco Tatiane (author); Phillips Julia (author); Finnie Jordan (author); Rados Andrew (author); de Lucas Ricardo Dantas (author)
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- The aim of this study was to assess the physiological and neuromuscular responses at critical skating intensity on a slide board and to investigate the correlations between critical cadence (CC) and skating performances on ice. 13 well-trained speed skaters (19.8±4.2 years, 69.6±9.06 kg) performed a maximal skating incremental test (IT) on a slide board. CC was determined from 3 to 4 trials to exhaustion lasting from 3.1 ± 0.7 to 13.9 ± 3.1 min, using linear and hyperbolic mathematical fittings. A time to exhaustion test at CC (TTE-CC) was performed. CC values (55.3±5.0 ppm) were significantly higher than cadence at the respiratory compensation point (RCP) (53.5±4.0 ppm). Mean duration of...
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- Health, Community and Education