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Longitudinal study on maximal oxygen consumption in intercollegiate female cross country runners
Female cross country runners were studied to determine if periods of formal and informal training significantly altered VO2max and related physiological variables. Twenty-seven Ss initially tested ranged in age from 18 to ...
The Maximal Aerobic Capacity of Young Males, Aged 8-12
Thirty-nine males, 8 (n=4), 9 (n=5), 10 (n=9), 11 (n=ll) and 12 (n=10) yrs, were tested for voli tional V02 max using the Bar-Or treadmill protocol (Skinner et al ., 1971). The following variables were compared: ht, wt, % ...
The reliability and reproducibility of maximal oxygen consumption in young females, aged 10-13
Forty-one female Ss, aged 10-13, volunteered to undergo underwater weighing and to perform a maximal treadmill exercise test (T ). Forty Ss also completed a maximal bicycle ergometer test (T 9. Comparison of physical ...
Effects of training on land and in water on VO2max in college aged men and women
21 volunteers, aged 18-24 yrs; were randomly assigned to train on land (males, n=6; females, n=5) or in water (males, n=5; females, n=5) for 6 wks. Max exercise tests utilizing running protocols were completed on the TM ...
Prediction of Peak VO2 Values From 9-Minute Run Distances in Young Males, 9-14 Years
Thirty young male volunteers, 9-14.yrs, were studied to determine if a relationship existed between peak VO2 and the 9-min run distance. Physical characteristics for a1l Ss included ht, wt, and % fat. Ss were tested for ...
Comparison of 2,3-DPG levels in college women pre and post-training
This study investigated the response of 2,3-DPG concentrations in female college students after a 7 week aerobic training program at 75% of Max H. R.. The 22 Ss, 12 experimental and 10 control volunteered to participate ...