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Plasma ammonia response to sprint swimming.
Ring S, Mader A, Mougios V. Ring S, et al. Among authors: mader a. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 1999 Jun;39(2):128-32. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 1999. PMID: 10399421
Justification of the 4-mmol/l lactate threshold.
Heck H, Mader A, Hess G, Mücke S, Müller R, Hollmann W. Heck H, et al. Among authors: mader a. Int J Sports Med. 1985 Jun;6(3):117-30. doi: 10.1055/s-2008-1025824. Int J Sports Med. 1985. PMID: 4030186 No abstract available.
Relationship between swimming velocity and lactic concentration during continuous and intermittent training exercises.
Olbrecht J, Madsen O, Mader A, Liesen H, Hollmann W. Olbrecht J, et al. Among authors: mader a. Int J Sports Med. 1985 Apr;6(2):74-7. doi: 10.1055/s-2008-1025816. Int J Sports Med. 1985. PMID: 4008143
The present study examined the relationship between lactic acid concentration in capillary blood and swimming velocity during 11 typical endurance exercises (continuous swimming for 30 and 60 min, interval swimming with distances between 50 and 400 m, and with rest periods of 10 …
The present study examined the relationship between lactic acid concentration in capillary blood and swimming velocity during 11 typical end …
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