(Aerobic) Gender:  Males have a greater VO2 max than females due to their larger heart, and lung size and blood volume.

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(Local Muscle Endurance) Muscle Temperature: Elevated temperatures will decreases LME because muscles will increasingly be performing anaerobically and less oxygen is directed to working muscles.

(Local Muscle Endurance) Muscle Temperature: Elevated temperatures will decreases LME because muscles will increasingly be performing anaerobically and less oxygen is directed to working muscles.

(Muscular Strength) Joint angle around the muscle: For each joint in the body, there is an optimal angle for producing force.

(Muscular Strength) Joint angle around the muscle: For each joint in the body, there is an optimal angle for producing force.

(Anaerobic) Age: Anaerobic capacity will tend to peak at about 30 years of age then decline 1% per year. It declines as the body becomes less able to synthesis protein, decreases in cross sectional area of muscle fibres, and resulting in decreases in fuel stores (ATP, PC and Glycogen) and anaerobic enzymes.

(Muscular Power) Age: Muscular power peaks at about 25 years of age, then declines per year.

(Local Muscular Endurance) Mental Strength:  Elite performers will be able to display high levels of LME and continue to perform in the face of fatigue because they have greater abilities to perform beyond the 'pain barrier.

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(Local Muscular Endurance) Cross Education Effect:  Focusing on a particular group of muscles during training will increase LME in other nearby and even unrelated muscles, due to the body's increased energy stores that result.

(Local Muscular Endurance) Cross Education Effect: Focusing on a particular group of muscles during training will increase LME in other nearby and even unrelated muscles, due to the bodys increased energy stores that result.

(Muscular Strength) Speed of muscle contraction: As speed of contraction increases, the amount of forces created decreases.

Muscular strength: For each joint angle in movement there is an optimal angle for the creation of strength

(Muscular Strength) Warm up: Warmed up muscles have a greater ability to create strength than cold ones.

(Muscular Strength) Warm up: Warmed up muscles have a greater ability to create strength than cold ones.

(Anaerobic) Fibre Type: Fast twitch fibres can generate anaerobic power faster than slow twitch fibres, because they have greater anaerobic stores of fuels.

Muscular Power - Fibre Recruitment, muscular power relies upon fast twitch fibres being activated quickly and hence many 'intense' impulses are sent to relevant muscle groups requiring explosive efforts.

(Anaerobic) LA and Metabolic Tolerance: Anaerobic training calling upon the anaerobic system will greatly improve the muscles ability to tolerate the build up of LA, H+, ADP and Pi.

ANAEROBIC CAPACITY - LACTIC ACID is a factor affecting anaerobic capacity as anaerobic training with the anaerobic glycolysis system will improve the muscles ability to tolerate the build up of metabolic by products.

(Aerobic) VO2 Max:  The higher this is, the more oxygen that can be taken up, transported and utilised per kg of body weight and the greater one's ability to supply ATP aerobically. When working maximally, it is possible to attain 90% of one's VO2 max within 1 minute.

(Aerobic) Max: The higher this is, the more oxygen that can be taken up, transported and utilised per kg of body weight and the greater one's ability to supply ATP aerobically. When working maximally, it is possible to attain of one's max within 1 minute.

(Aerobic) Lactate Inflection Point: The later this occurs during activity (increased aerobic energy production), the less likely it is that Hydrogen Ions will accumulate and affect Aerobic Energy production.

(Aerobic) Lactate Inflection Point: The later this occurs during activity (increased aerobic energy production), the less likely it is that Hydrogen Ions will accumulate and affect Aerobic Energy production.

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