AWC

(redirected from Anaerobic Work Capacity)
AcronymDefinition
AWCAmerican Water Company (various locations)
AWCAll Wheel Control (vehicles)
AWCArizona Western College
AWCAviation Weather Center (US NOAA)
AWCAmerican Wood Council
AWCAssociation for Women in Communications
AWCArmy War College
AWCAir War College
AWCAfghan Wireless Communication
AWCAssociation of Washington Cities (Olympia, Washington, USA)
AWCAsian Waterbird Census (International Waterbird Census)
AWCAntique Wine Company (UK)
AWCAustralian Wildlife Conservancy
AWCAssociation for Women in Computing
AWCActive Web Camera
AWCAll Wheel Control
AWCAdvanced Wound Care (nutritional supplement)
AWCAutomatic Wallpaper Changer (shareware program)
AWCAllianz Worldwide Care (various locations)
AWCAssociation of World Citizens
AWCAnaerobic Work Capacity (sports science)
AWCAir Warfare Commander (US DoD)
AWCAlternate Weekly Collection (garbage collection; UK)
AWCAustralian Wine Club (various locations)
AWCAbingdon and Witney College (UK)
AWCAnimal Welfare Council (Eastwood, KY, USA)
AWCAll Wood Construction (caskets)
AWCAvailable Water Capacity
AWCAmerican Water Chemicals, Inc (Tampa, FL)
AWCAdverse Weather Cockpit
AWCAdventure Works Cycles
AWCAnalysis and Warning Center
AWCAfrica Women and Child (Feature Service)
AWCAnti-War Coalition (South Africa)
AWCApproved with Comments
AWCAcceptance, Waiver, and Consent (finance)
AWCAverage Working Capital
AWCAvon Williams Campus (Tennessee State University)
AWCAir Warning Center
AWCAmerican Women Composers
AWCArmed Forces War College (military, Bangladesh)
AWCChief Aviation ASW (Naval Rating)
AWCAustralian Weeds Committee
AWCAllied Wire & Cable (Collegeville, PA)
AWCAmerican Wilderness Coalition (est. 2001)
AWCAmerican Wool Council
AWCChief Aviation ASW Operator (Naval Rating)
AWCAdvisory War Council (est. 1940; Australia)
AWCAshwaubenon Wrestling Club (Wisconsin)
AWCAdvanced Website Creator (software)
AWCAdvanced Wireless Communications Inc.
AWCAdvanced Wafer Cleaning
AWCAir Warfare Coordinator
AWCArt Worker's Coalition (est. 1969; New York, NY)
AWCAmateur Wine Competition
AWCAmateur Winemakers of Canada (Ontario, Canada)
AWCAmerican Whistle Corporation (Columbus, OH)
AWCAirborne Weapon Change
AWCAlsace Web Concept (Gerstheim, France)
AWCAir Warfare Control
AWCAir Worthiness Certification
AWCArab Women's Court
AWCAirborne Weapons Controller
AWCAviation Warfighting Cell
AWCAmqulity Wellness Center (Santa Ana, CA)
AWCAlliance Web-Commerce (Canada)
AWCAviation Warfare Center
AWCAssisting Work Center
AWCAlumina Limited American Depositary (stock symbol)
AWCAlamoudi Water Chair (King Saud University; Saudi Arabia)
AWCAcademia Willow Creek
AWCAfghan Women Community
References in periodicals archive ?
Critical swimming velocity (CV) and the anaerobic swimming capacity (ASC) (26) are the swimming analogs for critical power (CP) and the anaerobic work capacity (AWC), respectively, from the CP test for cycle ergometry (20).
A new single work bout test to estimate critical power and anaerobic work capacity.
In fact, the mean duration of the test (approximately 40 seconds) fulfils current recommendations for the assessment of anaerobic work capacity (AWC) (Green, 1995).
Total work performed during a high intensity isokinetic fatigue test can be considered as a valid measure of anaerobic work capacity (as determined by total work performance during a 30-s Wingate anaerobic test).
During exercise they maintained higher muscular strength and aerobic power throughout, As the exercise progresses, anaerobic work capacity tends to be higher [22], so that the general physiological profile of the successful pahalwan is of one with high anaerobic power, high anaerobic capacity, high muscular endurance, average to above average aerobic power and normal flexibility [23].
The data obtained from this investigation indicate that the elite male soccer players who applied LactiGo[TM] topical gel experienced significant improvements in tests of maximal aerobic capacity and anaerobic work capacity.
2014) Differences among estimates of critical power and anaerobic work capacity derived from five mathematical models and the three-minute all-out test.
A mechanical ball launcher is used to show that it is possible to determine the critf and the anaerobic work capacity (AWC) of the athletes.
Table tennis is an intermittent sport, and the anaerobic work capacity estimated from the critical power model does not seem very relevant.
The aim of the present study was to verify the applicability of anaerobic work capacity (AWC) determined from the critical power model in elite table tennis players.
1981) extended the critical power concept to cycling exercise, and provided evidence of the anaerobic nature of the intercept of the work-time relationship, referred to as AWC or anaerobic work capacity.