VO2Max and Anaerobic Threshold
The VO2max test provides a range of data that can be of benefit to cyclists, runners, triathletes or anyone looking to identify baseline measures. This test includes absolute and relative VO2 max, absolute and relative maximal aerobic power, maximal heart rate, calculated anaerobic threshold. This data can be used for establishing training zones, designing intervals, talent identification as well as monitoring and evaluation of specific training interventions.
Lactate Transition Thresholds
This type of test allows for training prescriptions to be made based of blood lactate data. During this test, ventilatory data is collected, however, this is not a maximal test of aerobic output but rather an analysis of submaximal work capacity.
A determination of VO2max based on tests that are not to maximal capacity. Ideal for those with identified cardiovascular risk factors.
Anaerobic Power Testing
Determination of maximal power outputs. Details upon request.
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Medical clearance is required for males >45 years and females >55 years. If you have one or more risk factor for cardiovascular disease you are also required to undertake a full blood test in addition to clearance prior to consultation.
No alcohol, caffeine or excessive exercise 24 hours prior to maximal testing.
You will also be required to undertake a pre exercise questionnaire.