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The Relationship between Exercise Capacity and the New Evaluation Method for Exercise Work by Controlling Pedaling Torque to a Constant Heart Rate Level during Exercise in Healthy Young Men and Women

  • TAKEYA Shinji
    Department of Rehabilitation, St. Marianna University School of Medicine Toyoko Hospital
  • YAMADA Sumio
    Institute of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Nagoya University
  • KOBAYASHI Toru
    Department of Rehabilitation, St. Marianna University School of Medicine Hospital
  • OHMIYA Kazuto
    Department of Rehabilitation, St. Marianna University School of Medicine Hospital

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  • 健常若年者における心拍数定常制御による運動負荷試験と運動耐容能との関連について

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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between exercise capacity and HRET (Constant heart rate exercise test) which was the new evaluation method for exercise work by controlling pedaling torque to a constant heart rate level during exercise.<br>Six healthy male and six female subjects who had no history of bone and joint injury underwent HRET and the symptom limited exercise test (CPX). They pedaled 18 minutes at 50 cadences per minute during HRET, and mechanical work was measured from 6 minute to 18 minute. PeakVO2 was measured during CPX. The analysis of Spearman correlation between HRW and peakVO2 indicated a significant correlation between HRW and peakVO2 (r = 0.80, p < 0.01).<br>The results suggest that HRET may reflect exercise tolerance and is clinically applicable to frequent assessment without any volitional fatigue.

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  • Physical Therapy Japan

    Physical Therapy Japan 32 (7), 429-432, 2005-12-20

    Japanese Society of Physical Therapy

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