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    Zachary B.
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    Zachary B.

    What does maximal changes mean?

    Rk S.
    IN
    Rk S.

    Maximal changes- Maximal O2 uptake: However, the "law of diminishing returns" applies here. The fitter you get, the smaller the increases and the longer you have to train in order to achieve those gains. Genetics plays a much greater role in determining what your VO2 max. will be. Cardiac output: because your maximal heart rate changes are minimal, increases in cardiac output are largely due to increases in stroke volume Stroke volume: increases Glycolytic pathways: larger quantities of lactic acid can be produced at maximal intensity - this is because the body's increased ability to tolerate higher levels of lactate in the blood Blood flow to muscles: increases Trying to remember all these things is not an easy task. To try and simplify things, try to think in terms of aerobic and anaerobic. In other words, is oxygen involved or not?

    Muhammad S.
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    Muhammad S.

    What is meant by maximal changes.

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