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Comparison between Ergometric Methods of Investigation and Field Tests

  • G. Neumann
Conference paper

Abstract

The relation between the work load put on the organism by sports exercises and the strain tolerance ist not linear. It is a complicated feedback principle between exercise and adaptation (Fig.1). The development of top class sports performances requires a clear concept of the final performance.

Keywords

Free Fatty Acid Field Test Lactate Concentration Work Load Functional System 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Neumann
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  1. 1.Research Institute for Physical Culture and SportLeipzigFederal Republic of Germany

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