Tuesday, April 21 2015 @ 05:13 PM
Contributed by: Lorne Falkenstein
Long duration training sessions have long been known to be a critical component to peak endurance performance. Surprisingly, not a lot is known about the acute physiological response to these rides. The Canadian Centre of Activity and Aging at Western University is conducting a research study involving well trained cyclists that requires performing two tests in the lab, going for a 90 km ride of moderate intensity, and then doing the same tests again. It does not require multiple days of testing just one. We are available for you any day and at any time of day. Information we will be able to give you is your critical power, anaerobic capacity, estimated lactate threshold, VO2 max, peak ATP-PCr power as well as peak anaerobic glycolytic power. The group we are looking for is 18-35 years male participants. We plan to start testing in May. If you are interested please contact Glen (email@example.com) or Mike (firstname.lastname@example.org).