CORP: Measurement of the Maximum Oxygen Uptake (VO2max): VO2peak is no longer acceptable

Posted on 10 March 2017, English, Clinical CPET, Scientific

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A new paper on the Journal of Applied Physiology examines the so-called secondary criteria used to validate VO2max iin particular with exercise naïve, unmotivated and/or clinical populations.

Reference Standards for Cardiorespiratory Fitness Measured With Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing

Posted on 18 August 2016, English, Clinical CPET, Scientific

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The Mayo Clinic Procedures Journal hosts an article describing the project to create a registry of cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) reference values. Given the importance of CRF in estimating health risk, it is essential to have accurate reference values to know what constitutes a “normal” value.

Portable open-circuit spirometry systems: a review

Posted on 02 August 2016, Scientific

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A new review study has been published in the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness discussing the validity, reliability and principles of operations of existing portable open-circuit spirometry system.

New York Times on how sport science can help in breaking the 2-hour marathon barrier

Posted on 23 May 2016, Scientific, Science and Performance

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An extremely interesting article on the New York Times of the 16th of May 2016 describes the attempts of sport scientist Prof. Yannis Pitsidalis to produce a revolutionary marathon time.

Laboratory and Field based assessment of maximal aerobic power of elite SUP athletes

Posted on 25 February 2016, Scientific, Science and Performance

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A new study covering both laboratory and field test assessments, published International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, investigates on the maximal aerobic power of elite Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) athletes.

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