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“…The authors conclude that the LMI estimates the iMLSS, but as in the original LMT study, the MLSS protocol was not properly applied. Until now, the concordance between the LMI and iMLSS in horses is not established, since two studies with different conclusions have been published on this issue so far (Miranda et al, 2014 ; Soares et al, 2014 ).…”
Section: Animal Models and The Lmtmentioning
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“…The authors conclude that the LMI estimates the iMLSS, but as in the original LMT study, the MLSS protocol was not properly applied. Until now, the concordance between the LMI and iMLSS in horses is not established, since two studies with different conclusions have been published on this issue so far (Miranda et al, 2014 ; Soares et al, 2014 ).…”
Section: Animal Models and The Lmtmentioning
“…Sendo assim, considerando o LL de 4mmol/l e com os valores obtidos imediatamente após o exercício, neste trabalho, ficando abaixo deste limiar, seria possível considerar que houve predominância do metabolismo aeróbico e que, consequentemente, o exercício imposto foi de intensidade moderada, o que contraria o presente trabalho, que trata de um exercício de alta intensidade. Porém, atualmente, alguns trabalhos vem desenvolvendo e utilizando novas formas de definir o LL em equinos (Gondim et al 2007, Lindner 2010, Soares et al 2014. Um dos métodos mais populares, considerado como o "padrão ouro" para a determinação do LL, é a chamada MFEL (máxima fase estável de lactato), definida como a intensidade do exercício onde há um equilíbrio entre a produção e a remoção do lactato sanguíneo (Lindner 2010).…”
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“…Por meio da utilização desse método, Lindner (2010) determinou o LL sendo 1,5mmol/L, muito abaixo do pré-estabelecido 4mmol/L. Da mesma forma, Soares et al (2014), relatou valores para o LL entre 0,74±0,33mmol/L e 1,69±0,93mmol/L, com média de 0,84±0,20mmol/L. Tais valores são bem inferiores aos encontrados imediatamente após o exercício no presente trabalho (2,55mmol/L e 3,65mmol/L), o que permite determinar que houve metabolismo anaeróbico e, portanto, o exercício imposto foi, realmente, de alta intensidade.…”
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“…However, it has been shown that differences in the duration of heats and the amount of steps/test will affect the derived performance parameters in that particular SET protocol ( Heck et al, 1985 ; Foxdal et al, 1996 ). One recent study in horses showed that the VLa 4 obtained with SET protocols with shorter heats is generally higher than V MLSS , leading to a possible overestimation of aerobic performance capacity ( Soares et al, 2014 ). Besides that, contradicting results can be found in scientific literature with respect to reproducibility, validation, and suitability of these tests to assess aerobic performance capacity for the different equestrian and human sports disciplines.…”
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