Walking and running economy: Inverse association with peak oxygen uptake

by Brandon J. Sawyer, Jason R. Blessinger, Brian A. Irving, Arthur Weltman, James T. Patrie, Glenn A. Gaesser
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise ()
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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis that V˙O2peak is positively correlated with the regression coefficients of the curve-linear relationship between V˙O2 and speed during a protocol consisting of submaximal walking and running.

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