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Friday, 05 August 2011 11:21

New Leaf Vo2max test w Wes Pedersen

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Hey guys, So yesterday I had my Vo2max tested on our New leaf machine. This was the second time I was tested on this machine. The first time was in November. It was then conducted on the treadmill, which was very strange to me. I tested at 64 or so then. I assumed that once I was tested on the bike, being more familiar with the it, it would be higher. However, it was about the same. So many variables par take in this. My fitness was most likely better in Nov than it is right now. I know you may be saying, what? Why?
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