Max Aerobic Power

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Max Aerobic Power

​​Profiling an athlete’s ability to produce power over a range of training zones. This graded maximal protocol is used to track an athlete’s aerobic performance over time. From this testing athletes are able to individualise training zones and estimate their FTP and VO2max.

What is this assessment?

The Max Aerobic Power (MAP) assessment uses a maximal graded protocol to assess the maximum power output an athlete can produce using the aerobic system. The MAP is a non-invasive physiological assessment that we use frequently with our endurance athletes to track their progress and performance throughout their racing season.

Duration: 1.0 hours

Who is this assessment designed for?

This assessment is designed for cyclist and triathletes of all levels looking to get a better understanding of their power profile. It allows athletes to individualise training by obtaining more specific power and heart rate training zones that can be applied to training for more specific adaptations.

What do I get out of this assessment?

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Summary report with comparison to testing history

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Individualised power and heart rate training zones

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Estimated FTP

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Estimated VO2max

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If you still have questions about this assessment, you can either call the centre above, or email our Exercise Physiologist Justin Trang.
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