Physiological and Mechanical Responses to a Graded Exercise Test in Traditional RowingFebruary 18, 2023 Authors: Alfonso Penichet-Tomas , Jose M. Jimenez-Olmedo , Basilio Pueo and Javier Olaya-Cuartero Research Group in Health, Physical Activity, and Sports Technology (Health-Tech), Faculty of Education,
University of Alicante, 03690 San Vicente del Raspeig, Spain Introduction Laboratory exercise testing is… Read the story
Energy expenditure compared to mental focus & score in three modes of golf transport/playDecember 23, 2022 Authors: Neil Ernest Wolkodoff 1, Gerald Martin Haase 2 and Ben Nathaniel Pennymon 3
1 Colorado Center for Health & Sport Science, Denver, Colorado.
2 University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, Colorado.
3 Common Ground Golf Course, Aurora, Colorado.… Read the story
Physiological Demands of Basic Fire Management Tasks in Members of the Canadian Armed Forces: A Pilot StudyOctober 15, 2021 Authors: Étienne Chassé, MSc; Daniel Théoret, MSc; Martin P. Poirier, PhD; François Lalonde, PhD Introduction Members of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) are required to meet the minimum standards of the Fitness for Operational Requirements of CAF Employment (FORCE) job-based… Read the story
Validity and Reliability of the VO2 Master Pro for Oxygen Consumption and Ventilation AssessmentSeptember 14, 2020 Authors: Montoye, Alexander HK; Vondrasek, Joseph D.; and Hancock, James B. II Conclusion In conclusion, our study found acceptable convergent validity and test-retest reliability of the VO2 Master Pro analyzer for assessment of exercise VO2 and minute ventilation, compared to… Read the story
Oxygen consumption in industrial tasks assisted by an upper limb exoskeletonJuly 3, 2020 Authors: David Martínez Pascual Tutor/s: Nicolás M. García Aracil Summary “In view of the results obtained, oxygen consumption would indicate a decrease in fatigue under the task performed with the exoskeleton. Likewise, the results obtained for ventilation, tidal volume and… Read the story
Selective respiratory parameters and training of female tennis playersJune 22, 2020 Authors: Pacholek, Jakub Advisor: Kočíb, Tomáš Summary “The respiratory parameters of our twin players were average compared to the general population and below average compared to elite players. Laboratory and field results showed different results of VO2max.” Complete Article: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11956/118395… Read the story
Reproducibility of oxygen consumption measurements with the vo2 master portable deviceJanuary 1, 2020 Authors: Kotnik, Polona Mentor: Fonda, Borut Commentator: Suhadolnik, Aleš Conclusion “…we can conclude that the use of the device VO2 Master in the specific environment with regards to demands of sports is a good decision, as it ensures repeatable results.” (translated from Slovenian)… Read the story
Speculating on Physiology in the Lab vs on the RoadDecember 26, 2019 Author: Jem Arnold Introduction “We’re seeing trends in systemic VO2, blood lactate, and local muscle oxygen that align with the literature on muscle recruitment and metabolic efficiencies on the trainer in the LAB vs on the road in the FIELD.”… Read the story
VO2 Master versus Parvo TrueOneNovember 27, 2019 Author: Jem Arnold Conclusion “…comparing the VO2 Master against one of the standard metabolic carts we have at our lab, the Parvo Medics TrueOne 2400. The findings are very encouraging as to the validity of the VO2 Master as a novel lab- and field-ready VO2 analyser.”… Read the story
Objective and Subjective Effects of a Passive Exoskeleton on Overhead WorkOctober 3, 2019 Authors: Pauline Maurice, Jernej Camernik, Dasa Gorjan, Benjamin Schirrmeister,
Jonas Bornmann, Luca Tagliapietra, Claudia Latella, Daniele Pucci, Lars
Fritzsche, Serena Ivaldi, et al. Summary “This paper presents a thorough in-lab assessment of PAEXO, a novel passive exoskeleton for arm support… Read the story