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Physiology of sport and exercise

Quiz by Mark John Elvins

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  • Q1

    What is the lactate threshold?

    The lactate threshold is the point were increasing exercise intensity causes a substantial lactate build up in the blood stream to a level that is higher than resting concentrations.

    The lactate threshold is the point were low exercise intensity causes a substantial lactate build up in the blood stream to a level that is higher than resting concentrations.

    30s
  • Q2

    What is lactate threshold (% of VO2 Max) of an untrained person

    70 to 80%

    50 to 60%

    90-100%

    40 to 50%

    30s
  • Q3

    What is lactate threshold (% of VO2 Max) of an elite endurance athlete?

    80-90%

    60-70%

    90-100%

    70-80%

    30s

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