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04 September 2009

Cyclists needed

UCT/ MRC Research Unit for Exercise Science and SISSA need cyclists to study the effects of moderate altitude on several physiological variables and perceptual responses.

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UCT/ MRC Research Unit for Exercise Science and SISSA need cyclists to study the effects of moderate altitude on several physiological variables and perceptual responses.

Requirements

  • Only cyclists required.
  • Small blood sample (one drop) will be collected.
  • Recruits need to be able to attend 7 testing sessions
    • 1 test session at the Sports Science Institute of SA, Boundary Road, Newlands.
    • 6 testing sessions at Tygerberg Hospital, Bellville.

Benefits to recruits

  • 6 high intensity tests and 1 incremental (VO2 max) test
  • Weight, height and skinfold (body composition) measurements
  • A full data report of your results to assist you/your coach to determine an individualised training programme.
  • Petrol money will be available for Tygerberg tests.

Recruit selection

  • Only 10 recruits will be selected.
  • Selections will be made according to fitness levels and time availability to attend tests.
  • Cut-off date
    21 September 2009

    Contact
    Eduardo Fontes – 079 934 7423 or eduardobfontes@gmail.com

 
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