Maximal Anaerobic Running Test (MART)

The Maximal Anaerobic Running Test (MART) was developed by the Research Institute for Olympic Sports in Jyvaskyla, Finland (Rusko et al., 1993). The MART consists of repeated 20-second sprints on a treadmill with 100 second rest periods. The sprint speeds increase until volitional exhaustion.

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