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threshold

(Commencement), noun beginning, inception, onset, outbreak, overture, preamble, prologue, start

threshold

(Entrance), noun door, entrance way, entry, gateway, sill

threshold

(Verge), noun brink, edge
Associated concepts: monetary threshold
See also: boundary, cornerstone, entrance, margin, onset, outline, outset, start
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N: number of subjects; PFM: pelvic floor muscles; BMI: body mass index; HPA: Habitual Physical Activity questionnaire; VO2VAT CPX: oxygen consumption at ventilatory anaerobic threshold of exercise during the cardiopulmonary exercise testing; VE VAT CPX: ventilation at ventilatory anaerobic threshold of exercise during the cardiopulmonary exercise testing; Power: subjective value of digital palpation regarding the graduation of muscle strength.
1987) The significance of anaerobic threshold in exercise prescription.
In spite of our limited knowledge about the mechanisms involved in the anaerobic threshold phenomenon, the results presented here indicate that the AT theoretical model was the most efficient of the three models tested for an accurate determination of load during aerobic steady-state effort.
When blood lactate is plotted against oxygen consumption (VO2), the anaerobic threshold can be determined, and it is postulated, by a sudden or sharp rise in the lactate curve.
2]) will raise over the anaerobic threshold (AT) point.
The anaerobic threshold of the study subjects was assessed both before and after the three week study period.
Previous studies from our laboratory have shown that the anaerobic threshold in RT exercises is ~25% to 30% of one repetition maximum (1RM) (3-5).
This threshold is interpreted as the anaerobic threshold (29), and high indices elicited at this physiological marker (e.
VO2max and the consumption of oxygen at anaerobic threshold were expressed as absolute value, standardized by weight and as a percentage of the above mentioned values, according to the Wasserman formula.