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2008). , 2008). , 2007). It is possible that the short interval duration or the small difference between intensities of active recovery applied in the studies of Spencer et al. (2008) and Dupont et al. (2007) have masked the effects of active recovery. , 2006). , 2010). In that study the low and high intensity active recovery were estimated to correspond to 36% and 59% of the VO2max (40% and 60% of the 100-m velocity). , 2010). , 2010). e. work to interval ratio 1:10 to 1:12) in combination with very low intensity of active recovery have a beneficial effect on performance compared to a high intensity active recovery.

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