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A comparison of two training modalities for cardiorespiratory fitness

A comparison of two training modalities for cardiorespiratory fitness

arm ergometry vs. wheelchair ergometry

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physical fitness -- Testing.,
  • Dynamometer.,
  • People with disabilities.

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    Statementby Edward Michael Boldin.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxi, 101 leaves
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17787757M

    BACKGROUND: Peak oxygen consumption (VO 2) is the gold standard measure of cardiorespiratory fitness and a reliable predictor of survival in chronic heart failure rmore, any form of physical training usually improves cardiorespiratory fitness, although the magnitude of improvement in peak VO 2 may vary across different training Cited by: 8. Reduced exertion high intensity interval training (REHIT) is an extremely low-volume approach of sprint interval exercise (SIE) that increases maximal oxygen uptake (VO 2 max) and reduces body fat. However, there are concerns regarding implementation of SIE including REHIT in untrained populations due to generation of supramaximal power outputs and potential feelings of Author: Todd A. Astorino, Rasmus Clausen, Joel Marroquin, Baliegh Arthur, Kevin Stiles.

    According to the ACSM (27), a physical conditioning program which aims to improve cardiorespiratory fitness should be applied with training loads suitable concerning intensity, duration, frequency and modality. Amongst the cited factors, intensity is the one which has the greatest influence on the reached results. Background and Aim. Exercise is an effective strategy to reduce obesity-induced oxidative stress. The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of two training modalities (moderate-intensity continuous training (MICT) and high-intensity interval training (HIIT)) on the pro/antioxidant status of different tissues in obese Zucker rats. : Carole Groussard, Florie Maillard, Emilie Vazeille, Nicolas Barnich, Pascal Sirvent, Yolanda F. Oter.

    High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Many people know about HIIT given its popularity among fitness enthusiasts. This style of cardio features short bursts of all-out effort ( seconds) followed by several minutes of recovery. Your body has to spend a considerable amount of energy recovering between those all-out efforts. In contrast to training for cardiorespiratory fitness, the options for improving or maintaining muscular fitness are more limited. True Exercising alone is a good strategy for establishing physical activity as a permanent habit.


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A comparison of two training modalities for cardiorespiratory fitness: arm ergometry vs wheelchair ergometry. As an example, resistance training has been evidenced to result in improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness (Steele et al., ; Ozaki et al., ; Ashton et al., ), and “cardio” training to improve strength and muscle size (Konopka and Harber, ; Ozaki et al., ) though their comparative effects are less clear.

Studies have attempted to compare “cardio” Author: James Steele, Patroklos Androulakis-Korakakis, Craig Perrin, James Peter Fisher, Paulo Gentil, Chris. Protocol. Cardiorespiratory fitness was measured at baseline (one week prior to exercise training) and post-intervention (one week following completion of exercise training) using the meter shuttle run, pacer test ().The pacer test scores were calculated using the Leger et al.

equation to determine V̇O 2 peak (mLkg −1 min −1) (14, 16).Affect was measured using the Cited by: 1. into two primary modalities, aerobic training (or “ cardio”) and resistance training, with the former primarily though t to stimulate improvemen ts in cardiorespiratory tness, and the la tter.

The purpose of this investigation was to compare affect and cardiorespiratory training responses between SGA and TAE in children. Thirty-two participants ( ) were randomized to either the SGA or TAE group. Exercise training was seven weeks, with two sessions per week, for 35 minutes per session.

Comparison of Two-Hand Kettlebell Exercise and Graded Treadmill Walking: Effectiveness as a Stimulus for Cardiorespiratory Fitness Article PDF Available December premature cardiovascular disease [6]. Comorbid condi-tions and complications are considered to determine the quality of life of patients with T2DM [7, 8].

Improved muscular and cardiorespiratory fitness are associated with reduced mortality rates [9–11]. Studies have shown that resistance training exercise can increase muscularCited by: Although exercise has well-documented health benefits on cardiovascular disease (CVD), the benefit of combination exercise on CVD risk factors in individuals with elevated risk has not been fully elucidated.

We compared the effects of aerobic, resistance, and a combination of both aerobic and resistance training on CVD risk factors including peripheral and central BP, cardiorespiratory fitness Cited by: 5. Background.

The aim of this systematic review of randomized controlled trials was to compare the effects of aerobic training (AET), resistance training (RT), and combined aerobic and resistance training (CT) on anthropometric parameters, blood lipids, and cardiorespiratory fitness in overweight and obese by: running or cycling) in order to improve CV fitness is widely accepted, which presents a dichotomy between the two training modalities.

Reviews looking at the effects of RT on the CV variables have concluded that although RT can improve such variables, it is not as effective as traditional aerobic training or concurrent training (80,).File Size: KB. Cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) has been increasingly used as a marker of cardiovascular health and its impairment is associated with increased morbidity and mortality.

PURPOSE: To compare CRF between adult males with and without MS and to. Comparison of cognitive performance among elderly people practicing training with weights and sedentary lifestyle. Estudy descriptive, cross-sectional and comparative, composition for 24 elderly between 60 and 70 years, divided into 2 groups, (G1) submitted to weight training and sedentary (G2).

The G1 was submitted to 32 training sessions with traditional : Emily Karoline Bezerra Ribeiro, Bianca Dayse da Silva Nascimento, Marlon Madeiro Brasiliano, Gabriel. Sedentary habits account for a substantial portion of deaths due to coronary heart disease, 1,2 type 2 diabetes, 3,4 and colon cancer.

5 Inthe American Heart Association named physical inactivity as an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD). 6 Accumulating evidence also indicates that an active and fit way of life helps preserve Cited by: Cardiorespiratory Fitness (CRF) CRF defined: the ability to perform large muscle, dynamic, moderate-to-vigorous intensity exercise for prolonged periods of time B.

VO2max requires a plateau in VO2 between two final work rates C. VO2 peak is the highest VO2 value observed - the treadmill and cycle ergometer are the most commonly used. High-intensity interval training and cardiorespiratory fitness: an overview of systematic reviews and meta-analyses with a nested meta-research study not compare two different modalities.

Cardiorespiratory fitness is important for maintaining physical function, body composition, and cardiovascular health, and it has been reported that persons with MS have lower levels of Fitness. Objective The aim of this study was to compare the effects of 5-week high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and moderate-to-vigorous intensity continuous training (MVCT) on cardiometabolic health outcomes and enjoyment of exercise in obese young women.

Methods A randomized controlled experiment was conducted that involved thirty-one obese females (age Cited by: in physical fitness (coordination, flexibility, strength, agility and cardiorespiratory capacity).

Thus, the objective of this study was to compare different training modalities on physical fitness in women over 50 years of age and understand which training protocol is more effective for promoting significant improvements in physical fitness.

Submaximal testing can thus be used as a screen to determine the cardiorespiratory fitness sta- Cardiorespiratory fitness testing in climacteric women tus of climacteric women.

It is the method best suited for use in clinical practice because of its ease of ad­ministration, This is true irrespective of the meno­pausal status or fitness Cited by: Start studying CH 4: Assessing Cardiorespiratory Fitness.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The first part of this two-part series covered the what, when, where and why of cardiorespiratory fitness testing (September IDEA Fit-ness Journal, pp. 42–3). Now that you have a little better understanding of the process of choosing an appropriate modality and protocol for testing clients, let’s look more closely at the modalities and.Rehabilitation in patients with radically treated respiratory cancer: A randomised controlled trial comparing two training modalities.

T. Troosters, S. Boonen, S.M.P. VerschuerenEffects of whole body vibration training on cardiorespiratory fitness and muscle strength in older individuals (a 1-year randomised controlled trial) Age Ageing, 38 Cited by: Zsolt Radák, in The Physiology of Physical Training, Tests to Assess Endurance.

Cardiorespiratory fitness is measured by VO 2 max which is one of the most often used tests to evaluate endurance capacity. VO 2 max is generally measured in laboratories using treadmill running, cycling, or rowing ergometers by progressively increasing intensity over a time period .