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  • Seat tube angles and fatigue

    I am a student currently studying in exercise science and was wondering
    whether anyone could supply me with some information (or references
    where I could get some information) regarding the effects of changing
    seat tube angle of a cycle from 72 to 78 degrees on fatigue patterns of
    gastrocnemius, tibialis anterior, biceps femoris and rectus femoris. I
    am conducting an incremental exercise test to try and examine these
    properties.

    I am also interested in information regarding ventilatory thresholds and
    their connection with a fatigue "turn point".

    Thanking you in advance

    Renee Attwells

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