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|Title:||Is time limit at the minimum swimming velocity of VO2 max influenced by stroking parameters?|
Barbosa, Tiago M.
|Publisher:||Perceptual Motor Skills|
|Citation:||Fernandes, R.J.; Marinho, D.A.; Barbosa, Tiago M.; Vilas-Boas, J.P. (2006) - Is time limit at the minimum swimming velocity of VO2 max influenced by stroking parameters? Perceptual Motor Skills. ISSN 0031-5125. 103:1, p. 67-75|
|Abstract:||The aim of this study was to observe the relationship between time limit at the minimum velocity that elicits maximal oxygen consumption (TLim-VO2max) and stroke rate, stroke length, and stroke index. 13 men and 10 women, highly trained swimmers, performed an intermittent incremental test for v V02 max assessment and an all-out swim to estimate TLim-v V02 max. The mean ± SD TLim-v V02max, v V02 max, stroke rate, stroke length, and stroke index values were 233.36 ± 53.92 sec., 1.40 ± .06 meter/sec., 35.58 ± 2.89 cycles/min., 2.39 ±.22 meter/cycle, and 3.36 ±.41 meter2/(cycle• sec.), respectively. The correlation between TLim-v V02 max and stroke rate was -.51 (p<0.1), and values for TLim•v V02 max with stroke length (r = 52, p< 0.1 and stroke index (r = .45, p< .05). These results seem to suggest that technical skill is a key factor in typical efforts requiring prolonged aerobic power.|
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