Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Shining Light on Endurance Performance
Traditional exercise physiology dogma presents endurance capacity as a biological construct primarily determined through a combination of one’s maximal rate of whole-body oxygen consumption (V ̇O2max), measure(s) of performance or fatigue threshold(s), and efficiency during exercise. Although all collective assumptions implicit in this traditional tenet have never been empirically verified directly, the aggregate literature examining human integrative physiology supports this premise. A slightly divergent interpretation of the relationship between these exact biological characteristics and ...
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