Free Physiological Testing with Interpretation and
Competitive, male cyclists are needed for a World Anti-Doping Agency funded research study being conducted by the Canadian Sport Centre Pacific’s high performance laboratories in Vancouver and Victoria. The purpose of the study is to determine the effects of short-term use (3 weeks) of inhaled salbutamol on anaerobic and aerobic exercise performance with non-asthmatics. Feedback is provided on VO2max and peak power, 20KmTT performance, body composition, and anaerobic measures. The VO2max tests are interpreted to provide threshold-based heart rate training zones and information is provided on how to target the individual zones to help optimize your training. This is a great opportunity for those heading to the west coast for a little spring training.
For more information and to determine your eligibility, please contact Stacey Hutton at (604) 333-3506 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CANADIAN SPORT CENTRE PACIFIC
T 604.333.3506 W CSCPACIFIC.CA
PERFORMANCE LAB @ RICHMOND OLYMPIC OVAL
2.005 - 6111 RIVER ROAD, RICHMOND, BC V7C 0A2
POWERING SPORT PERFORMANCE
The Canadian Sport Centre Pacific, in partnership with the national network of Canadian Sport Centres and BC network of PacificSport Centres, delivers sport performance programs to help athletes and coaches win medals for Canada. Working in support of our national and provincial sport partners, the Canadian Sport Centre Pacific is creating a stronger system for the development of athletes, coaches, integrated support teams and sport performance facilities.