In examining MMG during the Wingate anaerobic test (WAnT), SEMG and MMG signals reflect changes in power output seen in the WAnT (2, 25).
What does WANT stand for?
WANT stands for Wingate Anaerobic Test (exercise physiology)
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The subject's performance capabilities were measured using the McCloy Blocks Test (MBT) (McCloy, 1942) and the Wingate Anaerobic Test (WAT).
2007) Changes in power assessed by the Wingate Anaerobic Test following downhill running.
2002) Practice effect of the Wingate anaerobic test.
1987) The Wingate anaerobic test, an update on methodology, reliability, and validity.
2002) How anaerobic is the Wingate anaerobic test for humans.
Anaerobic power and capacity were measured by using the Wingate Anaerobic Test (WAnT) at PreRF, End-RF and After-RF.