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Special Issue "Exercise Physiology: New Frontiers for Exercise Testing and Prescription"
A special issue of Sports (ISSN 2075-4663).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 May 2021) | Viewed by 29799
Special Issue Editors
Interests: 3-min all-out exercise test; critical speed; critical power; VO2max
Interests: VO2max, High-Intensity Interval Training, Compensatory responses to exercise, Vascular function and exercise
Special Issue Information
Within the past decade, research on exercise testing has refined exercise prescription across newly defined exercise intensity domains. These domains are demarcated by the gas exchange/lactate threshold (GET/LT), critical power (CP), or critical speed (CS) in running, whereby exercise exceeding CP/CS and/or the maximal lactate steady state (MLSS), will evoke the attainment of maximum oxygen uptake (VO2max). Key testing advances include the 3-min all-out exercise test for the determination of CP/CS and the verification bout for determination of “true” VO2max. These metrics enable the prediction of exercising performance, provide refined exercise prescription, and are useful in monitoring training adaptations. The Special Issue is soliciting original research and review articles related to these trending areas in exercise testing and prescription. We encourage submissions using and evaluating these testing procedures as well as other novel procedures in all populations including healthy subjects of all ages, athletes, sedentary individuals, and individuals with risk factors or those with diagnosed chronic disease.
Prof. Dr. Robert W. Pettitt
Prof. Dr. Brandon J. Sawyer
Manuscript Submission Information
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- 3-min all-out exercise test
- critical speed
- critical power
- exercise intensity domains
- gas exchange threshold
- heavy domain
- moderate domain, severe domain, VO2 slow component