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Health and fitness Fitness lab - KPED 1320 Fitness Lab Name:

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Unformatted text preview: KPED 1320 Fitness Lab Name: _______________________________ Date: __________________ Instructor & Class Time: _________________________________________________ Classification (circle one) : F Soph J S Gender: __________ Age: ____________ Height: ____feet ______ inches Weight: _________pounds CARDIOVASCULAR ENDURANCE CARDIOVASCULAR ENDURANCE CARDIOVASCULAR ENDURANCE CARDIOVASCULAR ENDURANCE Circle appropriate assessment: 1.5 mile walk/run 1.0 mile walk Completion Time: ________ minutes ________ seconds Heart Rate _______ Classification: ______________________ (see page 17 and 18)(Table 2.1 & 2.2) VO2max = ______________ ml/kg/min (see calculations below) Calculations for VO2max Complete the equation for the cardiovascular assessment (1.5 mile run/walk or 1 mile walk) you completed. 1.5 mile run/walk formula Convert running time from minutes and seconds to a decimal figure. Example: 14 minute and 45 seconds would be: 14 + 45/60=14.75 minutes Running-walking time: ________min + ( _______ sec/ 60 sec/min) = ________ minutes 1.5 mile run/walk formula = (483/ _______________) + 3.5 = __________ ml/kg/min (run/walk time in min) Example: A person who completes 1.5 miles in 14 minute and 40 seconds (14.67 minutes) would calculate maximal oxygen consumption as follows: VO2max = (483/14.67) + 3.5 = 36.4 ml/kg/min **************************************************************************************** 1.0 mile walk formula Convert your 10-second HR count into a value for exercise heart rate: Exercise heart rate: _________ x 6 = __________bpm (10 sec HR) Convert walking time from minutes and seconds to a decimal figure. Example: 20 minute and 45 seconds would be: 20 + 45/60=20.75 minutes Walking time: ________min + ( _______ sec/ 60 sec/min) = ________ minutes 1.0 mile walk formula = 132.853 - (0.0769 x ________) (0.3877 x _________) + {weight (lbs)} Age (years) (6.315 x __________) (3.2649 x ___________) (0.1565 x ______________) = Gender (see below) walking time (min) exercise HR (bpm) ___________ ml/kg/min Gender = 1 for males or 0 for females...
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course KPED 1320 taught by Professor Phillips during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Arkansas.

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Health and fitness Fitness lab - KPED 1320 Fitness Lab Name:

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