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2020.10.07., szer. 10:47
nem ártana mellé egy VO2 is :) igen kerekedne a szemünk :) de jobb ezeket nem tudni
kicsit kerestem (mert LeMond "legendás" értéke már régi :-)
https://cyclingtips.com/2019/06/what-th ... g-success/
"a stable and repeatedly extreme high level VO2max’ — plus a similar result from a different testing facility, the researchers conclude that Svendsen’s result of 96.7 was, indeed, reliable"
The Physiological Profile of a Multiple Tour de France Winning Cyclist
"V˙O2peak and PPO were 5.91 L·min (84 mL·kg·min) and 525 W, respectively, whereas mean GE values were 23.0% and 23.6% for ambient and HH conditions, respectively. In addition to superior GE, power output at 4 mmol·L lactate was higher in HH versus ambient conditions (429.6 vs 419.0 W) supporting anecdotal reports from the participant of good performance in the heat. Peak core and skin temperature, sweat rate, and electrolyte content were higher in HH conditions. Body fat percentage was 9.5%, whereas total fat mass, lean mass, and bone mineral content were 6.7, 61.5, and 2.8 kg, respectively."
Peak power output, the lactate threshold, and time trial performance in cyclists
"Nine male cyclists (.VO(2max) 62.7 +/- 0.8 mL.kg(-1).min(-1)) who were competing regularly in triathlon or cycle TT were recruited for the study. Each cyclist performed four tests on an SRM isokinetic cycle ergometer over a 2-wk period....
The average power output during the 90-min TT (W(90-min)) was significantly (P < 0.01) correlated with W(peak) (r = 0.91), W(LTlog) (r = 0.91), and the D(max) lactate threshold (r = 0.77, P < 0.05). In contrast, W(20-min) was significantly (P < 0.05) related to .VO(2max) (L.min(-1)) (r = 0.69) and W(LTlog) (r = 0.67). The D(max) lactate threshold was not significantly correlated to W(20-min) (r = 0.45). Furthermore, W(OBLA) was not correlated to W(90-min) (r = 0.54) or W(20-min) (r = 0.23). In addition, .VO(2max) (mL.kg(-1).min(-1)) was not significantly related to W(90-min) (r = 0.11) or W(20-min) (r = 0.47)."
The cycling physiology of Miguel Indurain 14 years after retirement
"14 y after retirement from professional cycling (age 46 y, body mass 92.2 kg)....Average cycling gross efficiency between 100 and 350 W was 20.1%, with a peak value of 22.3% at 350 W. Delta efficiency was 27.04%. Absolute maximal oxygen uptake and aerobic power output declined by 12.4% and 15.2% per decade . His maximal values were oxygen uptake 5.29 L/min (57.4 mL · kg-1 · min-1), aerobic power output 450 W (4.88 W/kg), heart rate 191 beats/min, blood lactate 11.2 mM. Values at the individual lactate threshold (ILT): 4.28 L/min (46.4 mL · kg-1 · min-1), 329 W (3.57 W/kg), 159 beats/min, 2.4 mM "
ez is erdekes: https://medium.com/fastfitnesstips/it-n ... e7219904cd