OBLA


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OBLA

Abbreviation for onset of blood lactate accumulation.
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Our hypothesis was that the HIIT program might improve physiological variables related to running pacing strategy (e.g., in RE, PTS, and OBLA), resulting in an altered U-shaped speed curve (i.e., a more intense and faster start).
The aim o the study was to investigate the glycemic and lactacidemic responses in corridors in order to verify the existence of a correlation between the rate corresponding to OBLA and the glycemic threshold obtained by a progressive treadmill test.
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The H[R.sub.PEAK] reached during the incremental test was 195 [+ or -] 8 beatsmin-1, and the speed corresponding to the OBLA was 12.5 [+ or -] 1.8 km x [h.sup.-1].
Results: After intervention, an increase in workload levels corresponding to LT (33.3%) and OBLA (14.2%) was observed in the intervention group.
* Onset of Blood Lactate Accumulation (OBLA, Sjodin & Jakohs, 1981)
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The point at which there is sudden rise in blood lactate occurs is called the onset of blood lactic acid (OBLA).
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