Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running

Vobejda C, Fromme K, Samson W, Zimmermann E (2006)
International Journal of Sports Medicine 27(5): 368-372.

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The aim of the present study was to investigate the accuracy of the maximal constant heart rate method for predicting anaerobic threshold (AnT) in running. This method only requires a common heart rate (HR) monitor and is based on the identification of the maximal constant HR maintainable for 30 min (HRMC). HRMC, 4-mmol threshold, and maximal lactate steady state (MLSS) were determined in 31 probands. 17 probands underwent an additional MLSS retest within 2 weeks. The correlation between HR at MLSS and at MLSS retest was very close (r = 0.807; SEE = 5.25 beats (.) mint p < 0.001). So were the correlations between HR at 4-mmol threshold and MLSS (r = 0.844; SEE = 6.43 beats (.) min(-1); p < 0.001) and between HRMC and HR at MLSS (r = 0.820; SEE = 6.73 beats (.) min(-1); p < 0.001). Mean velocities at maximum constant HR trials and MLSS (r = 0.895; SEE = 0.185 m (.) s(-1); p < 0.001) as well as 4-mmol threshold and MLSS (r=0.899; SEE = 0.186 m (.) s(-1); p < 0.001) were highly correlated. In conclusion, data presented in this study confirm that the determination of HRMC is a manageable method giving a highly accurate estimation of both HR and velocity at MLSS in running.
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Vobejda C, Fromme K, Samson W, Zimmermann E. Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 2006;27(5):368-372.
Vobejda, C., Fromme, K., Samson, W., & Zimmermann, E. (2006). Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 27(5), 368-372.
Vobejda, C., Fromme, K., Samson, W., and Zimmermann, E. (2006). Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running. International Journal of Sports Medicine 27, 368-372.
Vobejda, C., et al., 2006. Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 27(5), p 368-372.
C. Vobejda, et al., “Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running”, International Journal of Sports Medicine, vol. 27, 2006, pp. 368-372.
Vobejda, C., Fromme, K., Samson, W., Zimmermann, E.: Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 27, 368-372 (2006).
Vobejda, Christian, Fromme, K, Samson, W, and Zimmermann, Elke. “Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running”. International Journal of Sports Medicine 27.5 (2006): 368-372.
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