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Perceived exertion of paraplegics during submaximal arm crank ergometry
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|Statement||by Algernon Arthur David Felice.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 75 leaves|
|Number of Pages||75|
Despite greater VO 2 max values obtained during treadmill exercise, cycle ergometry has many advantages, including preference of subjects to use the cycle ergometer during a VO 2 max test, adaptability, safety, ease of calibration, and subjects’ tolerance of non-weight-bearing exercise (Mckay and Banister, ; Pivarnik et al., ). In this study physiological and metabolic responses to continuous and interval exercise were compared using an arm crank ergometer. Eight physically active male participants (± years) completed a min continuous submaximal and interval exercise test on separate : Mary Alexander.
Background: The prevalence of cardiovascular disease in individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) is as high as or greater than in the general population, yet assessment of cardiovascular fitness rarely occurs in individuals with SCI. Purpose: 1) To review current literature and develop guidelines to assist clinicians in choosing appropriate submaximal tests for the evaluation of Author: Adrienne Theresa Hol. The purpose of this investigation was to determine the effects of arm cycle ergometry training on the wheelchair propulsion endurance of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Eight adult men with quadriplegia were evaluated before and after eight weeks of arm cycle ergometry by:
• Hicks AL, Martin KA, Ditor DS, Latimer AE, Craven C, Bugaresti J and McCartney N (). Long-term exercise training in persons with spinal cord injury: effects on strength, arm ergometry performance and psychological well-being. Spinal Cord Summary: STUDY DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial of exercise training in persons with spinal cord injury. Title: A submaximal test for arm ergometry to determine peak oxygen uptake rate in upper body exercise Author: Greg Asplund Created Date: 5/3/ PM.
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Get this from a library. Perceived exertion of paraplegics during submaximal arm crank ergometry. [Algernon Arthur David Felice]. The 6-MAT involves 6 minutes of submaximal arm ergometry at a constant power output (PO).
As steady state physiological responses are typically seen within 2 to 3 minutes of submaximal exercise, 22 – 23 6 minutes was chosen as it would elicit steady state exercise, yet not Cited by: Time course of ratings of perceived exertion (RPE) during training on the arm crank ergometer and elliptical cross trainer.
Even if the training sessions were matched for heart rate, arm crank ergometer elicited a significant higher RPE response than elliptical cross trainer (p=).Cited by: Smith, P.M., Price, M.J. and Doherty, M. () The influence on crank rate on peak oxygen consumption during crank ergometry.
Journal of Sport Sciences 19(12), Smith, P.M., Doherty, M. and Price, M.J. () The effect of crank rate on physiological responses and exercise efficiency using a range of submaximal workloads during arm.
The purpose of this investigation was to examine the validity of regulating exercise intensity using ratings of perceived exertion (RPEs) during arm crank and leg cycle exercise at 50 and 70% peak oxygen consumption (V˙O2peak).
Ten men and seven women [26 (1) years old; mean (SE)] participated in this study. Each subject completed a maximal estimation trial and two submaximal exercise bouts Cited by: Physiological responses to maximal effort wheelchair and arm crank ergometry Article (PDF Available) in Journal of applied physiology: respiratory, environmental and exercise physiology 48(6) To compare peak oxygen uptake (VO2peak) and exercise efficiency between upper-body poling (UBP) and arm crank ergometry (ACE) in able-bodied (AB) and paraplegic participants (PARA).
Seven PARA and eleven AB upper-body trained participants performed four 5-min submaximal stages, and an incremental test to exhaustion in UBP and ACE.
VO2peak was the highest s average Cited by: 2. Subjects underwent peak graded arm ergometry during which heart rate, oxygen consumption (VO2), minute ventilation (VE), and ratings of perceived exertion (RPE) (Borg Categorical Scale) were.
Thus a new rating of perceived exertion scale (WHEEL Scale) was adapted from the Child OMNI Scale (Robertson et al., ) and tested during an arm ergometry exercise stress test (Figure 1).
Purpose The purpose is to investigate the construct and concurrent validity. Arm crank ergometry had no significant effects on any of the COP measures (all P ≥ES Cited by: 5.
Because a smaller muscle mass is used during arm ergometry, maximal oxygen consumption during arm exercise is generally ___to__% lower than that obtained during treadmill testing % Arm ergometer tests can be used for.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of hand-weights and exaggerated arm swing on heart rate, blood pressure, and ratings of perceived exertion during submaximal walking. Twenty middle-aged ( 59 years) female volunteers were given four submaximal treadmill tests at mph and 0 grade.
The four treatment conditions were as follows: 1) walking with unexaggerated arm swing Author: Karen Christine Austen. Key words: arm-crank exercise, hip arthroplasty, perceived exertion, rehabilitation.
INTRODUCTION To prescribe and manage an exercise intensity during a training program, most studies use physiological vari-ables such as oxygen consumption, blood lactate, or heart rate (HR) measured during a maximal graded exercise test [1–4].
Similarly, the peak values for the volume of oxygen consumed and heart rate were s = mlmin-1 and s = 11 bmin-1 respectively within the music condition. Analysis of the findings demonstrated that music did not enhance physiological responses during sub maximal arm crank ergometry and there was no increase in : Jamie Smith.
The arm-ergometry study group initiated their exercise program at a cycling rate of 50 rpm and 10 W below the maximal level they achieved during the baseline arm-ergometry test. Participants exercised intermittently, beginning with 2-minute increments of exercise, followed by a 2-minute rest period for a total exercise duration of 60 minutes Cited by: Two subsequent tests involved min combined arm-leg ergometry (ALE) trials, using imposed and self-regulated protocols, both of which aimed to elicit an exercising heart rate of beats min During the imposed trial, arm and leg intensity were set at 40% of each ergometer-specific by: 1.
T1 - Efficacy of arm-ergometry versus treadmill exercise training to improve walking distance in patients with claudication. AU - Treat-Jacobson, Diane J. AU - Bronas, Ulf G. AU - Leon, Arthur S. PY - Cited by: significantly (p. Ratings of perceived exertion (RPE) have been used to study physical activity and exercise tolerance in adults and children.
Borg developed scales for rating pain and perceived exertion in adults  which has been employed in different exercises and different ages including children ‐.This scale uses descriptive adjectives such as moderate and severe, for numbers from 0 to Cited by: 6.
This is a submaximal exercise test conducted using upper limb ergometry. Heart rate and rate of perceived exertion using the BORG 6–20 scale (RPE) are recorded during six minutes of arm cycling at a predetermined power output, based on physical by: 5.
Rate of perceived exertion during graded arm and leg exercise testing in Saudi males and females. Only exercise periods (min) where all subjects were able to achieve are included. Tests of between subject effects for gender differences at min 2: p =min 4: p = ; min 6: p = ; min 8: p = ; min p = and min p = 0 Cited by: 1.Abstract.
This study aimed to determine whether arm crank ergometry (ACE) disturbed postural sway to the same extent as cycle ergometry (CE). Nine healthy, none specifically train.Treadmill Versus Cycle Ergometry - 51 increased mph each minute until exhaustion.
A high-speed protocol was used because pilot work in our laboratory (29) suggested that slower TM speed proto- cols may not elicit true maximal values in children. The children were not allowed to hold on to the handrails during the TM Size: 3MB.