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|Title: ||<Originals>Comparison of Maximal Oxygen Uptake and Vantilatory Threshold During Skating, Running and Cycling Exercise in Ice Hockey Players|
|Authors: ||duManoir, Gregory R.|
Cheveldayoff, Kyle B.
Bam-ford, Jeremy A.
Loitz, Christina C.
Bell, Gordon J.
Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation University of Alberta Edmonton
Faculty of Pysical Education and Recreation University of Alberta Edmonton
|Issue Date: ||Apr-2005 |
|Publisher: ||Japan Society of Exercise and Sports Physiology|
|Journal Title: ||Advances in exercise and sports physiology|
|Start Page: ||9|
|End Page: ||14|
|Abstract: ||duMANOIR, G.R., CHEVELDAYOFF, K.B., ZAYAC, M., BAMFORD, J.A., LOITZ, C.C. and BEll G.J., Comparison of Maximal Oxygen Uptake and Ventilatory Threshold During Skating, Running and cycling Exercise in Ice Hockey Players.Abv. Exerc. Sports Physiol., Vol.11, No.1 pp.9-14, 2005. The primary purpose of this incestigation was to compare different modes of testing ventilaory threshold and maximal oxygen uptake in ice hockey players. Eleven ,ale hockey players completed continuous fraded exercise portocols to volitional exhaustion on a cycle ergimeter, a running treadmill, and on a skating treadmill. The skating treadmill protocol was also repeated on different days to determine reliability of this latter device. Ventilatory threshold was significantly higher during running treadmill exercise compared to all other modes, and significantly higher using the skating tredmill compared to the cycle ergometer. Maximal ventilation was significantly higher during exercise on the cycle ercometer than the other exercise modes, and significantly higher using the skating treadmill compared to the running treadmill. There were no significant differnces in maximal oxygen uptake, tidal volume, respiratory frequency of heart rate responses between any exercise test mode during maximl exercise. There was no significant difference for any maximal physiological variable between the three skation treadmill traials. These findings suggest that testing maximal oxygen uptake can be validly and reliably assesssed using a skating treadmill. However, ventilatory threshold may be lower than achieved on the running treadmill but higher than during cycle ergometer in ice hockey players.|
|Full Text: ||http://www.tulips.tsukuba.ac.jp/mylimedio/dl/page.do?issueid=792930&tocid=100053047&page=9-14|
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