Comparison of extrapolated maximal workloads from various submaximal loads
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Comparison of extrapolated maximal workloads from various submaximal loads

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Physical fitness -- Testing,
  • Oxygen in the body,
  • Exercise -- Physiological aspects

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Statementby Ellen Lorraine Smith
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiv, 34 leaves
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14452964M

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Comparison of extrapolated maximal workloads from various. Although reduced exercise capacity is the main complaint of patients with congestive heart failure (CHF), the best method to measure it remains controversial. Peak VO 2, obtained using maximal exercise testing, is the most accurate measure of maximal functional is related to peak exercise cardiac output and is one of the most important independent variables for the prognostic.   All patients underwent at least 3 different cardiopulmonary exercise tests, 1 of which was symptom-limited (maximal) and 2 at submaximal workloads, with simultaneous hemodynamic monitoring (see later) on an upright bicycle. Patients had previously performed at least 1 symptom-limited exercise test in order to be familiarized with the procedure. In the first test the subjects cycled at two submaximal stages of 3 min each whereafter the workload was quickly (within 4 min) increased to a supramaximal level to attain the maximal heart rate.

Summary meta-analysis plot of comparison between actual and predicted maximal oxygen uptake (_ VO 2 max) in four subgroup outcomes according to test vs retest and the maximal rating of perceived. it might be necessary to replace thefour 3-min loads by three 4-min loads. The directly measured maximum oxygen intake is nowwidely accepted as oneunequivocal reference standard of cardiorespiratory fitness. Various possible methods for the measurement of this parameter have been compared (Shephard et al., ), and procedures agreed for. To allow for comparison of various methods of extrapolation, VO2max was predicted using the linear extrapolation method as follows: (a) the measured submaximal V02and heart rate were extrapolated to the measured maximum heart rate; (b) the measured submaximal VO2 and heart rate were extrapolated to thepredictedmaximumheartrate (minusage); and.   The increase in mean maximal treadmill time with treadmill experience was consistent with the findings of other investigators.8, 11 The decrease in submaximal oxygen consumption and heart rate for similar workloads could account for the increase in performance time. However, the amount of anaerobic debt incurred was not investigated.

Submaximal definition is - less than maximal: not at the greatest or highest possible level. How to use submaximal in a sentence. Submaximal graded exercise tests can be administered to participants of various fitness levels, making the tests time-efficient and cost-effective. According to ACE, a single exercise testing session can provide an accurate indication of your current aerobic fitness level, and can be a useful tool for tracking your fitness improvements across a. Sub-maximal Testing. During a sub-maximal aerobic fitness test, heart rate or distance covered is used to estimate VO2 max. Unlike direct VO2 max measurement, during a sub-maximal test the heart rate should not rise above a pre-determined maximum -- usually 85 percent of the estimated maximal heart rate based on age. Submaximal effort training is simply work done with heavy loads that don't require maximal effort. The weights exist in the range between seventy-five and ninety percent of one rep maximum and each set finishes with a few reps left in the tank.