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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