Use this calculator to estimate your vLamax and CHO & FAT utilization.
Keep in mind that this formula is a rough estimation, and it may not accurately represent an individual's actual VLAmax. It's always preferable to have VLAmax measured directly in a lab setting, but this formula can provide a starting point for athletes and coaches who don't have access to such facilities and want a rough estimation of their anaerobic capacity.
Please note that the accuracy and applicability of this formula may vary depending on the individual's physiological characteristics, training status, and other factors. As with any estimation, it should be used with caution, especially when making important training or performance decisions.
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