VO2 Max Testing Explained



VO2 Max Testing Explained.. Are you wondering how to improve your VO2 max? Stay tuned as I explain what VO2 max is, what affects it and how you can improve yours.

This is the first in a series of videos looking at various running science terms. Next week we will cover running economy, and lactate threshold and other terms will be covered in videos over the coming weeks.

References
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Volume 1 · Number 2 · (2006)

Jones, A.M and Carter, H. The Effect of Endurance Training on Parameters of Aerobic Fitness, Sports Med (2000) Jun; 29 (6): 373-386

Davison, R C Richard., Sport and exercise physiology testing guidelines the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences guide. Volume 1, Sport testing (2006)

Cooper Test – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cooper_test
YoYo Test – https://www.theyoyotest.com/calculators.htm

Strava – https://www.strava.com/athletes/1583365
Twitter – https://twitter.com/as_running
IG – https://www.instagram.com/as_running/

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