Maximal Oxygen Uptake Is Achieved in Hypoxia but Not Normoxia during an Exhaustive Severe Intensity Run

Matthew I Black, Christopher R Potter, Jo Corbett, Cain Clark, Stephen B. Draper

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHigh-intensity exercise in hypoxia
Subtitle of host publicationbeneficial aspects and potential drawbacks
EditorsOlivier Girard, Donald R. MacCrimmon, Grégoire P. Millet
PublisherFrontiers Media
Pages30-36
Number of pages7
ISBN (Electronic) 9782889454068
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jan 2018

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Black, M. I., Potter, C. R., Corbett, J., Clark, C., & Draper, S. B. (2018). Maximal Oxygen Uptake Is Achieved in Hypoxia but Not Normoxia during an Exhaustive Severe Intensity Run. In O. Girard, D. R. MacCrimmon, & G. P. Millet (Eds.), High-intensity exercise in hypoxia: beneficial aspects and potential drawbacks (pp. 30-36). Frontiers Media.

Maximal Oxygen Uptake Is Achieved in Hypoxia but Not Normoxia during an Exhaustive Severe Intensity Run. / Black, Matthew I; Potter, Christopher R; Corbett, Jo; Clark, Cain; Draper, Stephen B.

High-intensity exercise in hypoxia: beneficial aspects and potential drawbacks. ed. / Olivier Girard; Donald R. MacCrimmon; Grégoire P. Millet. Frontiers Media, 2018. p. 30-36.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Black, MI, Potter, CR, Corbett, J, Clark, C & Draper, SB 2018, Maximal Oxygen Uptake Is Achieved in Hypoxia but Not Normoxia during an Exhaustive Severe Intensity Run. in O Girard, DR MacCrimmon & GP Millet (eds), High-intensity exercise in hypoxia: beneficial aspects and potential drawbacks. Frontiers Media, pp. 30-36.
Black MI, Potter CR, Corbett J, Clark C, Draper SB. Maximal Oxygen Uptake Is Achieved in Hypoxia but Not Normoxia during an Exhaustive Severe Intensity Run. In Girard O, MacCrimmon DR, Millet GP, editors, High-intensity exercise in hypoxia: beneficial aspects and potential drawbacks. Frontiers Media. 2018. p. 30-36
Black, Matthew I ; Potter, Christopher R ; Corbett, Jo ; Clark, Cain ; Draper, Stephen B. / Maximal Oxygen Uptake Is Achieved in Hypoxia but Not Normoxia during an Exhaustive Severe Intensity Run. High-intensity exercise in hypoxia: beneficial aspects and potential drawbacks. editor / Olivier Girard ; Donald R. MacCrimmon ; Grégoire P. Millet. Frontiers Media, 2018. pp. 30-36
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