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Upper body contribution to high intensity cycle ergometer exercise: implications for blood lactate measurements and power profiles
  1. J S Baker
  1. University of Glamorgan, Health and Exercise Science, Llantwit Road, Treforest, Pontypridd, Glamorgan CF 37 1DL, Wales, UK;

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    We read with interest the article by Hunter et al.1 We would like to elaborate a little on the measurement of high intensity exercise and in doing so identify possible factors that may have contributed to the conclusions drawn. We recently investigated the upper body contribution to high intensity exercise performance.2 The purpose of the study was to examine the upper body contribution through handgrip to power profiles and blood lactate concentrations during high …

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