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kin484-lab7 - KIN 484 Lab #7 1. Review the VO2 data...

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KIN 484 Lab #7 1. Review the VO2 data (ml/kg/min) for both trials. Compare the VO2 values at the submaximal running speeds. What does this comparison suggest about the effects of training on energy expenditure at submaximal exercise intensities ? Training has no significant effect on energy expenditure at submaximal exercise intensities. The VO2 data supports this claim because both the trained and untrained males, at submaximal speed, are most identical. It must be noted that a major distinction in the data is that the trained male expended less VO2 at each speed-data-point but that difference was never greater than 1.5 ml/kg/min.
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KIN 484 Lab #7 3. A training adaptation to the heart is that the chamber volumes, particularly the left ventricular volume, increase. Predict the effect this has on SV. Confirm your prediction by comparing the resting SV. The training adaptation to the heart is that the chamber volumes suggest that the SV
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2008 for the course KIN 484 taught by Professor Traustadottir during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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