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(17) Samuel Alves Soares y Raphael Camargo Lima, "No Limbo Da Dissonancia: Argentina E Brasil No Campo Da Defesa", en Corival Alves do Carmo (ed.), Relacoes Internacionais: Olhares Cruzados, Brasilia, FUNAG, 2013, pp.
Participants completed the McMaster protocol, a cycling protocol tailored to height and sex [23], on a cycle ergometer (Corival Pediatric, Lode B.V., the Netherlands; Technogym Bike Med, Technogym USA Corp., Seattle, WA) suited to the child's stature.
One week before the first experimental trial, the subjects' V[O.sub.2] peak was measured on an electromagnetically braked cycle ergometer (Corival, Lode BV, Groningen, Netherlands) during an incremental exhaustive exercise test.
On the second day of evaluation subjects performed the CPX; a ramp protocol was followed and the test was performed on an electromagnetic braking cycle ergometer (Corival, Lode BV, Netherlands), with the subjects sitting with their knees flexed between 5 and 10 degrees.
Each participant performed an incremental workload exercise protocol on an electromagnetically braked cycle ergometer (Corival 906900, Lode BV, Groningen, The Netherlands).
Seven days before the first trial, the subjects' Wmax and V[O.sub.2] max were measured on an electronically braked ergometer (Corival, Lode B.V., Groningen, Netherlands) during an incremental exhaustive exercise test.
The individuals performed dynamic physical effort in the sitting position on an electromagnetically braked cycle ergometer (Corival 400, Lode BV, The Netherlands).
Maximal: Participants performed a maximal cycle ergometer ramp test to exhaustion (T: 20 Watts (W)-[min.sup.-1]; UT: 15 W x [min.sup.-1]) on a Lode Corival 400 cycle ergometer (Lode BV, Groningen, The Netherlands) to determine V[O.sub.2max] and to estimate gas exchange threshold (GET).
An incremental exercise test was performed on a cycloergometer with electromagnetic braking (Quinton Corival 400, USA).
Testing was performed on an electronically-braked cycle ergometer (Lode, Corival).
The experiment consisted of a continuous ramp type ergospirometric test (CT-R), performed on a cycle ergometer with electromagnetic braking (Quinton Corival 400, Seattle, WA, USA), with the seat adjusted to allow approximately 5 to 10 degrees of knee flexion.