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    • Maximal exercise performance in chronic hypoxia and acute normoxia in high-altitude natives 

      Favier, Roland; Spielvogel, Hilde; Desplanches, Dominique; Ferretti, Guido; Kayser, Bengt; Hoppeler, Hans (J. Appl. Physiol., 1995)
      Maximal O₂ uptake (VO₂max) was determined on a bicycle ergometer in chronic hipoxia (CH) and during acute exposure to normoxia (AN) in 50 healthy Young men who were born and had lived at 3,600 m altitude (La Paz, Bolivia). ...
    • Oxygen deficit and debt in submaximal exercise at sea level and high altitude 

      Raynaud, J; Martineaud, JP; Bordachar, J; Tillous, MC; Durand, J (Journal of Applied Physiology, 1974)
      Kinetics of O₂ uptake (Vo₂) during exercise (3 work loads, 2 time periods) show that for a given work load O₂ deficit is larger at high altitude (HA) than at sea level (SL). However, the relationship between deficit and ...