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dc.creatorRicardo Fernandes
dc.creatorVéronique Billat
dc.creatorAna Cruz
dc.creatorPaulo Colaço
dc.creatorCarla Cardoso
dc.creatorJoão Paulo Vilas Boas
dc.date.accessioned2019-02-01T08:48:54Z-
dc.date.available2019-02-01T08:48:54Z-
dc.date.issued2005
dc.identifier.issn0306-7297
dc.identifier.othersigarra:45262
dc.identifier.urihttps://repositorio-aberto.up.pt/handle/10216/101601-
dc.description.abstractThe purpose of this study was to examine the effect of gender in the relationship between time limit at the minimum velocity that elicits maximal oxygen consumption (TLim-v O2max) and three swimming economy (SE) related parameters: the energy cost corresponding to v O2max (Cv O2max), the slope of the regression line obtained from the relationship between energy expenditure ( ) and corresponding velocities in a incremental test (Cslope) and the ratio obtained by the mean value and the velocity mean value of the incremental test (Cinc). Each subject of two gender groups - 11 male and 12 female swimmers - performed an incremental test for v O2max assessment and an all-out TLim-v O2max test. TLim-v O2max, v O2max, Cv O2max, Cslope and Cinc averaged, respectively, 244.6±56.5s, 1.45±0.04m.s-1, 15.9±2.2J.kg-1.m-1, 35.0±4.8J.kg-1.m-1 and 14.3±2.4J.kg-1.m-1 in the male group and 248.0±60.5s, 1.33±0.04m.s-1, 14.3±1.8J.kg-1.m-1, 35.7±6.4J.kg-1.m-1 and 11.5±1.5J.kg-1.m-1 in the female group. An inverse correlation was found between TLim-v O2max and Cslope for the entire group (r=-0.78, p<0.001) and for each gender group (r=-0.90, p<0.001 and r=-0.61, p<0.05, for female and male respectively), confirming that SE is a very important performance-influencing factor. Complementarily, despite the relationship between energy cost and TLim-v O2max efforts is evident in each gender, the TLim-v O2max tests performed by the female swimmers seem to depend more on their own SE than on male swimmers.
dc.language.isoeng
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dc.subjectDesporto, Outras ciências sociais
dc.subjectSport, Other social sciences
dc.titleHas gender any effect on the relationship between time limit at VO(2)max velocity and swimming economy?
dc.typeArtigo em Revista Científica Internacional
dc.contributor.uportoFaculdade de Desporto
dc.subject.fosCiências sociais::Outras ciências sociais
dc.subject.fosSocial sciences::Other social sciences
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