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Energetic limitation The energetic model proposes that fatigue during high-intensity exercise depends on the inability to supply ATP energy at a sufﬁciently fast rate to sustain the desired force and power output and therefore the intensity of exercise decreases. g. by acidity) in the muscles. The decreased ATP supply would then limit the performance intensity and/or shorten the time to exhaustion. The well-known part of this model is related to carbohydrate utilization and glycogen depletion.
Skiers differ as to the relative strength of their lower and 110 % of running V· O2max 22 UB+ UB− 100 90 80 60/40 70/30 80/20 90/10 100/0 % share of lower/upper body work Fig. 12 VO2max during different combinations of arm and leg exercises expressed in percentage of running VO2max in athletes with high (UB+) or low (UB–) upper body power and muscle mass. ) upper body VO2max, and the correlation between upper and lower body VO2max values is usually quite low. Many skiers could improve their performance by increasing their upper body VO2max and thereby their combined upper and lower body VO2max.