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Boulder Center For Sports Medicine
02-20-2004, 03:36 AM
Hello all- When runners reach VO2max in the laboratory they are often (always) running at some incline. However, runners like to get a velocity associated with VO2max to help pace themselves during workouts. Are there any calculations that relate this velocity to the velocity they would be reaching on a flat?

Maybe Power = Force * Velocity. I just don't know what the force would be. mg? resistive forces? GRF? Or maybe I am way off base and calculations already exist?

Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.

Todd Carver

Biomechanics Laboratory
Boulder Center for Sports Medicine
(303) 441-2220
email: biomechanics@bch.org
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