anaerobic power

an·aer·o·bic power

(an'ār-ō'bik pow'ĕr)
Maximal power (work per unit time) developed during all-out, short-term physical effort; reflects energy-output capacity of intramuscular high-energy phosphates (ATP and PCr) and/or anaerobic glycolysis.

anaerobic power

maximum rate of power production, typically measured by Margaria stair test or first 5 s of a Wingate test.
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To overcome some of inherent limitations of IHT (lower training stimulus due to hypoxia), RSH is being utilized, and this method improved the anaerobic power of athletes with significant molecular adaptations and larger blood perfusion variations in active muscles, increased lactate tolerance and muscle buffering capacity, increased glycolytic enzyme activity (Faiss et al.
There is a strong relationship between FFM and anaerobic power for both wrestling styles.
com/anaerobic+power) anaerobic power,  a measurement of physical effort during a short period of time where an individual will go "all out.
The Wingate test provides basic parameters of anaerobic performance: anaerobic power (AP) is the maximal value one achieves in the first few seconds of the test and represents the phosphocreatine energetic pathway of power development; the mean power is a unit of anaerobic capacity (AC) that includes glycolytic energy release as well; the explosive power (EP) is the speed at which maximal power is achieved and reflects transformation of chemical energy into mechanical work.
There is some evidence which indicates if sleep problems do not exist, and training stimulus is maintained, anaerobic power and capacity will remain unchanged in fasting state (18-20).
Objective: To examine the anaerobic power hockey players and analyze their relationship with anthropometric indicators.
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Taking into account the specificity of mixed martial arts sports, it is advisable to carry out measurements of anaerobic power of the upper limbs.
A great advantage in speed fields is to have higher rate of reaction and to have a good level of anaerobic power.
They were then asked to perform anaerobic power (50 m sprint) and aerobic (2 000 m) swim tests at (i) baseline; (ii) after ingestion of the placebo or PSE; and (iii) after the groups were crossed over, following a wash-out period of 4 days, to determine changes in performance between trials.