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Evolution of Summated Hazard Score Versus Starting Strategy
PURPOSE: During competitive events, pacing strategies are dependent upon how an athlete feels at a specific moment and the distance of the race remaining, the Hazard Score (HS). HS has been shown to provide a measure of ...
Predicting VO2max and Ventilatory Threshold utilizing the Rockport Fitness Walking Test and terminal RPE
The purpose of this study was to determine the accuracy of estimating VO2max and Ventilatory Threshold from the RFWT time and RPE at the conclusion of the test. Subjects (N=125) were 18-67yrs of age and ranged from sedentary ...
The accuracy of heart rate and energy expenditure measurements using the Polar M430 watch
This study was designed to assess the accuracy of the Polar M430 fitness watch to measure heart rate (HR) and energy expenditure (EE) during low, moderate, and high intensity treadmill exercise. Twenty subjects (12 males, ...
A comparison of blood lactate vs muscle oxygenation
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare blood lactate threshold along with muscle deoxygenation threshold on 3 different modalities. Methods: Seven male healthy volunteers aged 22 to 25 years completed a maximum ...
Pneumatic compressions devices: effects on recovery and subsequent performance
Recovery is considered a vital part of sports and exercise performance. The most efficient recovery method following an exercise bout, in order to improve performance, is not fully elucidated or agreed upon. The purpose ...
Blood lactate clearance as a measure of recovery using NormaTec boots
The NormaTec Pulse 2.0 Recovery System is a recovery modality that has gained popularity amongst athletes recently. The purpose of this research was to compare blood lactate (BLa) clearance with the NormaTec Pulse 2.0 ...