aerobic power

max·i·mal ox·y·gen con·sump·tion

(mak'si-măl ok'si-jĕn kŏn-sŭmp'shŭn)
Highest amount of oxygen a person can consume during maximal exercise of several minutes' duration. It is demonstrated by a leveling off or decline in oxygen consumption with increasing intensity.
Synonym(s): aerobic capacity, aerobic power, maximal oxygen uptake, VO2max.

aerobic power

a term that is widely, but loosely, used as interchangeable with aerobic capacity, or O2 though the units for this are those of oxygen uptake rate, not power; 'aerobic power' would more properly refer to mechanical power output at O2.
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