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The relationship between physiological measurements and cross-country running performance by Gerald Patrick Lambert.
Lambert, Gerald Patrick.
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Correlations of laboratory tests to distance running performance during a cross-country track season by Teese M. Mosenthal.
by: Mosenthal, Tesse M.
Blood lactate and integrated EMG of cyclists, runners and untrained subjects during incremental and constant load work by J. Spencer White.
by: White, J. Spencer.
The effect of a 60-minute duration exercise, at the intensities of the lactate and the individual anaerobic thresholds, on the cardiovascular drift by Ulf Torsten Buhre.
by: Buhre, Ulf Torsten.
Validation of equations to predict lactate threshold, fixed blood lactate concentrations, and peak values from a 3200 meter performance time by Vern La Mere.
by: La Mere, Vern.
Effect of physical conditioning on lactic acid removal rate by Blanche Wallace Evans.
by: Evans, Blanche Wallace, 1949-
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