steady-state exercise

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stead·y-state ex·er·cise

, steady-rate exercise (sted'ē-stāt' eks'ĕr-sīz, sted'ē-rāt')
Activity that achieves a balance between the energy required by working muscles and the rate of oxygen and delivery for aerobic ATP production.
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(1975) Muscular efficiency during steady-rate exercise: effects of speed and work rate.
(1981) Transient [??][O.sub.2] characteristics in children at the onset of steady-rate exercise. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 52, 167173.