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submaximal treadmill walking protocol for predicting maximal oxygen consumption

Kelly M. Landle

submaximal treadmill walking protocol for predicting maximal oxygen consumption

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Treadmill exercise tests.,
  • Physical fitness -- Testing.,
  • Oxygen in the body.,
  • Walking -- Physiological aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kelly M. Landle.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 59 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16902087M

      Maximal cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPX) is the gold-standard for cardiorespiratory fitness assessment in chronic heart failure (CHF) patients. However, high costs, required medical supervision, and safety concerns make maximal exercise testing impractical for evaluating mobility-impaired adults. Thus, several submaximal walking protocols have been developed and currently Cited by: 5. The single-stage treadmill walking test of Ebbeling et al. is commonly used to predict maximal oxygen consumption .VO(2max)) from a submaximal effort between 50% and 70% of the participant's age-predicted maximum heart rate. The purpose of this study was to determine if this submaximal test correctly (2max) at the low (50% of maximum heart rate) and high (70% of maximum Cited by: INTRODUCTION: An individual’s maximum capacity to extract, transport, and utilize oxygen is reflected by their VO2 max (10,22). Numerous physiological factors affect a person’s maximal oxygen consumption. A person’s VO2 max is dependent on their pulmonary, cardiovascular, and muscular systems, which depends on their ventilation-aeration efficiency, central and peripheral blood flow, and Cited by: 1. VO 2 max (also maximal oxygen consumption, maximal oxygen uptake, peak oxygen uptake or maximal aerobic capacity) is the maximum rate of oxygen consumption measured during incremental exercise; that is, exercise of increasing intensity. The name is derived from three abbreviations: "V" for volume, "O 2" for oxygen, and "max" for maximum.. The measurement of VO 2 max in the laboratory .


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submaximal treadmill walking protocol for predicting maximal oxygen consumption by Kelly M. Landle Download PDF EPUB FB2

The use of early developed multistage submaximal treadmill protocols to estimate VO 2 max is time consuming (Town & Golding, ) or requires cumbersome data collection (Hermiston submaximal treadmill walking protocol for predicting maximal oxygen consumption book Faulkner, ).

A more recently developed single-stage treadmill walking protocol (Ebbeling, Ward, Puleo, Widrick, & Rippe, ) is convenient and practical to use. Correlation plots between measured and predicted VO 2peak with 95% prediction bands from peak treadmill performance (A and B), and submaximal treadmill performance (C and D).

Table 4 Multiple linear regression coefficients for predicting VO 2peak (mL⋅kg -1 ⋅min -1) from peak measurements in total by: The maximal exercise test used a motorized treadmill and the Bruce or modified Bruce protocol.

Oxygen uptake was measured and analyzed through collection of expired gases using a metabolic measurement system. The submaximal exercise test was performed at least 24 hours later but no more than 5 days post maximal exercise by: This study was designed to develop a single-stage submaximal treadmill jogging (TMJ) test to predict VO2max in fit adults.

Participants (N = ; men = and women = ), ages 18 to 40 years, successfully completed a maximal graded exercise test (GXT) at 1. The use of early developed multistage submaximal treadmill protocols to estimate VO 2max is time consuming (Town & Golding, submaximal treadmill walking protocol for predicting maximal oxygen consumption book Treadmill test to predict maximum aerobic capacity.

The Journal of Submaximal treadmill walking protocol for predicting maximal oxygen consumption book Education, 6– by: Studies were included if they used at least 1 submaximal exercise–based variable in the prediction, the actual o2 max was directly measured using a gas analysis device, and if participants were apparently healthy older adults (mean age ≥65y).

Eligible studies were required to report at least 1 Cited by: 3. Ross Submaximal Treadmill Protocol Results Graph. YMCA Submaximal Step Test. Set a metronome to 96 bpm for a three minute submaximal step test onto a 12 inch high ( cm) step bench.

Step to a four beat cycle up, up, down, down. At the end of the three minute stepping period, immediately sit down and begin counting the heart rate for one minute. CRF will be assessed using a low-risk, low-cost and single-stage submaximal treadmill walking test (Stex T, South Korea) for estimating peak oxygen uptake (VO 2peak).

This test is considered a suitable for previously inactive, apparently healthy, and non. Purpose Peak oxygen uptake (VO2peak) is seldom assessed in health care settings although being inversely linked to cardiovascular risk and all-cause mortality.

The aim of this study was to develop VO2peak prediction models for men and women based on directly measured VO2peak from a large healthy population Methods VO2peak prediction models based on submaximal- and peak performance treadmill Cited by: Int.

Environ. Res. Public Health16, 2 of 10 treadmill could be di cult for field tests, various step tests have been developed and used as submaximal treadmill walking protocol for predicting maximal oxygen consumption book surrogate method to estimate maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) [6].

There are two di erent types of step tests: Incremental multi-stage and single-stage step tests [4].Author: Sung Hyun Hong, Hyuk In Yang, Dong-Il Kim, Tomas I. Gonzales, Soren Brage, Justin Y. Jeon. Bruce and colleagues5, 6 have recently presented data proposing that maximal oxygen consumption can be predicted by the maximal time an individual can walk in the Bruce treadmill protocol.

They have also investigated the relationship of age and physical activity status to maximal oxygen by: Submaximal Testing and Predicting V˙ O 2 max Figure 1.

submaximal treadmill walking protocol for predicting maximal oxygen consumption book Guidelines for setting workloads for the Univer-sity of Louisville submaximal treadmill protocol.

of a new treadmill protocol in predicting V˙ O 2 max. A secondary purpose was to develop a simple and in-expensive submaximal treadmill protocol that would provide reasonable estimates of.

A submaximal all-extremity exercise test to predict maximal oxygen consumption. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol.

30, No. 8, pp.Purpose: Submaximal aerobic exercise testing is utilized with a variety of populations to assess fitness level and predict maximal oxygen. This study sought to develop a regression model to predict maximal oxygen uptake (VO 2max) based on submaximal treadmill exercise (EX) and non-exercise (N-EX) data involving participants, ages 18–65 years.

The EX data included the participants’ self-selected treadmill speed (at a level. This study sought to develop a regression model to predict maximal oxygen uptake (VO 2max) based on submaximal treadmill exercise (EX) and non-exercise (N-EX) data involving participants, ages 18–65 EX data included the participants' self-selected treadmill speed (at a level grade) when exercise heart rate first reached at least 70% of predicted maximum heart rate (HR Cited by: TREADMILL EXERCISE TESTING THE BRUCE SUBMAXIMAL TREADMILL TEST IS PERHAPS THE MOST common test used to assess cardiorespiratory fitness, especially in clini-cal settings.

The test is administered in three-minute stages until the client achieves 85% of his or her age-predicted maximum heart rate (MHR). Submaximal Exercise–Based Equations to Predict Maximal Oxygen Uptake in Older Adults: A Systematic Review Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Vol.

97, No. 6 Effects of Cycling vs. Running Training on Endurance Performance in Preparation for Inline Speed SkatingCited by: This study Investigated the hypothesis that an individual's maximal oxygen consumption can be realistically predicted by the maximal time achieved in the Balke or Bruce treadmill protocols.

The range of maximal oxygen consumption that can be expected for healthy individuals of any given age and activity was also by: The measurement of maximal oxygen consumption (~0~max) is vital to many research studies, as it is used (a) to estimate and compare the health status of populations, (b) to gauge the effects of fitness intervention programs, (c) to predict relative submaximal File Size: 3MB.

maximal oxygen consumption in relation to maximal treadmill time. 9• 10 An even poorer relationship was found between maximal oxygen consumption and age These relationships are crucial to the validity of predicting an individual's functional aerobic ca­.

Get this from a library. A submaximal treadmill walking protocol for predicting maximal oxygen consumption. [Kelly M Landle]. The significant relationships found between estimates of peak oxygen uptake from the HALO submaximal protocol and measures of peak oxygen uptake during maximal cardiorespiratory testing support the use of the HALO submaximal protocol as a valid measure to estimate maximal cardiorespiratory fitness within the obese pediatric by: 4.

Background Cardiorespiratory fitness measured by treadmill testing has prognostic significance in determining mortality with cardiovascular and other chronic disease states.

The accuracy of a recently developed method for estimating maximal oxygen uptake (VO2peak), the heart rate index (HRI), is dependent only on heart rate (HR) and was tested against oxygen uptake (VO2), either measured or Cited by: 2.

Background: This study aimed to test the validity of three different submaximal tests (i.e., 3-min step test with cm step box height (3MST20), 3-min step test with cm step box height (3MST30), and 6-min walk test (6MWT)) in estimating maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) in young and healthy individuals.

Methods: The 3MST20, 3MST30, 6MWT, as well as the cardiopulmonary exercise test Author: Sung Hyun Hong, Hyuk In Yang, Dong-Il Kim, Tomas I. Gonzales, Soren Brage, Justin Y. Jeon. can be either of submaximal or maximal character. Commonly used work modes are stepping, walking, and cycling. The overall aim of this thesis was to describe the back-ground to, and the development of, submaximal cycle ergometer tests for estimation of VO 2 max.

The present thesis focuses on the validity and reliability of a new submaximal cycleFile Size: 2MB. The purpose of this study was to determine for the first time whether $$ {\\dot{V}}{\\text{O}}_{ 2\\hbox{max}} $$ could be predicted accurately and reliably from a treadmill-based perceptually regulated exercise test (PRET) incorporating a safer and more practical upper limit of RPE 15 (“Hard”) than used in previous investigations.

Eighteen volunteers Cited by:   To improve the accuracy of the submaximal protocol used to predict VO 2 max, a refined estimation equation was developed to be used in conjunction with the WFI treadmill test (WFI-TM). One study has previously attempted to assess the reliability of this protocol Cited by: 6.

Submaximal exercise testing is a valuable alternative (Noonan and Dean, ) and numerous ways of predicting maximal oxygen consumption (VO 2max) from submaximal test results have been described (Smith et al., ).Cited by: 2.

Predicted maximal volume of oxygen consumption. Previously validated Ebbeling single-stage submaximal treadmill walking test was used to predict maximal volume of oxygen consumption.

38, 39 This protocol is a low-risk test for non-athletic adults. Treadmill walking speed is determined for each participant based on their age and fitness level. Background: The Ebbeling protocol is a single-stage submaximal treadmill walking protocol used to predict maximal oxygen consumption (Vo 2 max).

The goal of the warm-up phase, 2 to 4 minutes, is to find a comfortable speed between 2 and mph at a 0% grade that elicits a heart rate within 50% to 70% of the participant's age predicted maximal heart rate (APMHR) to begin the test.

The purpose of the present study was to increase the accuracy of prediction of from the Canadian Aerobic Fitness Test (CAFT) by modifying the protocol and developing a new equation. Males and females between the ages of 15 and 69 years (n = ) were tested on four subject performed four submaximal step tests (modified CAFT protocol) and a maximal treadmill by: The predictability of maximal O 2 intake (max Vo 2) was studied in four groups of normal men, 18–24 years of tion of max Vo 2 was made from pulse rate and Vo 2 at a single submaximal workload at an ambient temperature of 78 F by use of the nomogram of Åstrand and Ryhming () and underestimated actual max Vo 2 by 27 ± 7% and 14 ± 7% in a sedentary group, before and after Cited by:   Cardiorespiratory fitness is an independent predictor of cardiovascular events in women; however, maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) protocols are not always feasible.

The Evaluation of Physical Activity Measures in Middle-Aged Women Study was a 6-week study designed to evaluate six physical activity (PA) measures in women, aged 45–65 years. We investigated the Ebbeling submaximal Cited by:   A comparison of the reproducibility and physiologic response to three maximal treadmill exercise protocols.

Chest ; 65(5): Froelicher VF, Thompson AJ, Davis G, Triebwasser JH. Prediction of maximal oxygen consumption. Comparison of the Bruse and Balke treadmill protocols. Chest ; 68(3): maximal oxygen uptake (VO2Max) in young adults and (b) to determine whether submaximal walking intensities could provide equally accurate estimates from the respective equations.

VO2Max was measured using a treadmill graded exercise test on 40 volunteers (20 males, 20 females) between the ages of 18 and 29 years. Cycle ergometer and step tests predict VO2max based upon the steady state heart rate of a person exercising at a submaximal level.

Thus, the test is dependent upon the direct relationship between heart rate and: a. type of exercise apparatus b. oxygen consumption c. carbon. • Most accurate is a maximal test where test VO2 probs on treadmill o Bruce protocol - maximal oxygen consumption test where used treadmill and VO2 mask - better because incorporates incline doesn't have to be Bruce • Lab max test where estimate VO2 • Lab sub maximal test estimated V02/ field sub maximal tests.

The Balke treadmill protocol can be used to estimate cardiovascular condition and endurance by measuring maximum oxygen uptake, known as V02max.

You can undergo this fitness test at a slow pace, making it suitable for cardiac patients as well as healthy people. A woman walks on a treadmill while another woman times her with a stopwatch. This study determined the reliability and validity of a branching treadmill protocol in predicting VO2max.

Thirty-seven, apparently healthy individuals (19 women and 18 men); volunteered to participate. On 2 separate testing days, each subject underwent maximal exercise testing using the protocol developed. Stepwise regression analysis indicated that the percentage of age-predicted maximum.

and validate graded submaximal and maximal stairmill protocols and to develop accurate maximal and submaximal equations to predict peak V_ O 2 using both the stairmill and Gerkin treadmill protocols.

Fifty-four subjects, men ( 6 years) and women ( 6 years), performed maximal graded exercise tests using both the stairmill and File Size: KB. The maximal pdf test used a motorized treadmill and the Bruce or modified Bruce protocol. Oxygen pdf was measured and analyzed through collection of expired gases using a metabolic measurement system.

The submaximal exercise test was performed at least 24 h later but no more than 5 d after maximal exercise testing. Participants were.Bruce Protocol Purpose. Estimate the body’s ability to deliver and extract oxygen to determine cardiovascular download pdf level. Equipment. Treadmill. Procedure.

Bruce test is considered a maximal exercise test where the athlete or client runs to complete fatigue as the treadmill speed and incline are increased every three minutes. Record total.The purpose of this study was to ebook investigate the specificity effect of two different treadmill protocols on maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) in highly-trained distance runners (n=16).Cited by: 1.