• Exercise Physiology Corner: Aerobic Metabolism, Training and Evaluation
    Recent evidence has shown that aerobic fitness is no longer the primary training need of tactical populations, yet it remains applicable and necessary within training programs for aerobic capacity and maintenance of cardiovascular health. Aerobic capacity is usually measured as VO2max, but how is that value obtained outside of a laboratory?
  • NSCA ClassicsAerobic Moderation Training and Evaluation

    Why You Should Read This Article       

    Recent evidence has shown that aerobic fitness is no longer the primary training need of tactical populations, yet it remains applicable and necessary within training programs for aerobic capacity and maintenance of cardiovascular health. Aerobic capacity is usually measured as VO2max, but how is that value obtained outside of a laboratory?

    This article is recommended because it provides you with aerobic capacity testing options that are low-cost and require minimal testing equipment. You can use these test results to predict VO2max values and further individualize training programs.

    Strength & Conditioning: October 1982 - Volume 4 - Issue 5 - pg 52-52
    Exercise Physiology Corner: Aerobic Metabolism, Training and Evaluation
    Kraemer, William J. NSCA Research Committee Chairman; Fleck, Steven J. 
     

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