3 edition of Relationship between selected physiological parameters and swimming performance in children found in the catalog.
Relationship between selected physiological parameters and swimming performance in children
Written in English
|Statement||by Dale Lowell Rothenberger|
|Series||Health, physical education and recreation microform publications|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 65 leaves|
|Number of Pages||65|
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Analysis of Swimming Performance From Physical, Physiological, and Biomechanical Parameters in Young Swimmers Study Selection Studies that assessed the relationship between a defined amount of.
The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationships between m front crawl swimming performance and relevant biomechanical, anthropometrical and physiological parameters in male. Physiological, physical and on-ice performance criteria for selection of elite ice hockey teams R Roczniok, A Stanula, A Maszczyk, A Mostowik, M Kowalczyk, O Fidos-Czuba, and A Zając Department of Sports Theory, Academy of Physical Education in Katowice, PolandCited by: 7.
Physiological terms like, individual anaerobic threshold, lactate threshold, ventilatory anaerobic threshold, heart rate deflection point, onset of plasma lactate accumulation, onset of blood lactate accumulation, maximum lactate steady state, denote the aerobic to anaerobic transition level, where lactate appearance in the blood from muscle is equal to the Cited by: The swimming competitions range between 22 seconds and 15 minutes in length, time intervals whose metabolic demands are mainly covered by both anaerobic and aerobic metabolism.
Another classification (Chamari, ) recommends the use of terminology related to the duration of the exercise. The rate of perceived effort as a straightforward and comprehensive test to assess workout intensity in head-out aquatic exercise programs: its relationship with cardiorespiratory.
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Women recognize that infection risks are higher from a one-night partner [ 21 ]. While women adjust their behaviors for this risk, Cited by: Key points This study investigated the influence of different anthropometrical, physiological and biomechanical parameters on m swimming performance in adolescent boys.
Biomechanical factors contributed most to sprint swimming performance in these young male swimmers (% of variability in performance), Cited by: Cross-sectional and longitudinal designs have been selected to link swimming performance with physiological and biomechanical determinant factors.
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A sample of children is selected. Fifty children are provided with a nutritious breakfast when they arrive at school each morning. The other 50 children are given a doughnut each morning. After three months, records the academic achievement level for each child and compares the two groups of scores.
Objective: The present study aimed to assess if changes in speed and stroke parameters, as measured by an inertial sensor during a maximal effort swimming test, could provide an effective detection of anaerobic capacity in elite ch: Fourteen elite swimmers performed a 75 m maximal swimming s in speed and stroke parameters Cited by: 1.
Physiological adaptations to deep water and land based running training programs. Medicine and Science in Exercise and Sport, S (Abstract). Mougios, V., & Deligiannis, A. Effect of water temperature on performance, lactate production and heart rate at swimming of maximal and submaximal intensity.
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Exercise can have both positive and negative effects on immune function and susceptibility to minor illnesses. The relationship between exercise and Cited by: Such investigations have consistently identified key physiological variables that are positively related to successful endurance performance, such as a high maximal oxygen uptake (˙VO 2max), peak power output, lactate threshold, and fractional utilization of˙VO 2max.Background: The aim of this study was to investigate differences in static and dynamic plantar pressure and other foot geometry variables between female Olympic-style weightlifters and an age- and sex-matched control s: The study involved 24 national-level competitive weightlifters and 24 physical education students.
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