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Vo2 Max

What is Vo2 Max? the maximum or optimum rate which the heart, lungs and muscles can effectively use oxygen during exercise.
What does Vo2 Max do? Gives an accurate indecation of an athletes aerobic fitness or stamina
What is the Lactic Threshold? The point at which lactic acid accumulates in the blood, lactate threshold is a percentage of Vo2 Max.
By what percentage does Vo2 max increase when taking part in aerobic training? 20%
Vo2 is measured in what? Millilitres per minutes per kilograms of thier weight.
What is the difference between the lactic threshold in a trained athlete and an untrained athlete
Structural and physiological differences in trained and untrained athletes which cause a difference in Vo2 Max Cappiliarisation Increase in mitrochondria Improved oxidisation of fat Increased blood volume Reduced EPOC Cardiac Hypertrophy
Created by: mattisgay