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3502_Aerobic_Fitness_Lab-1

3502_Aerobic_Fitness_Lab-1 - Brittany Haynes Sec.5 I.D 99...

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Brittany Haynes Sec.5 I.D. 99 November 3, 2010 KIN 3502: Tests and Measurement in Kinesiology Aerobic Fitness You may discuss the lab with other students but you must do an individual write up that represents your own work. Your submission time will be the time you submit an uncorrupted file to the correct drop box on Moodle. In addition, your lab will be considered late if you do not submit a paper copy by noon on that day. Part One: During the lab, you will complete the following tests of Aerobic Fitness: 1) 1 Mile Walk Test: pg. 286-287 (record 1 mile walk time, heart rate at end of walk) AND 2) PACER from FitnessGram OR 1 Mile Run AND 3) 2 minute step in place test Part Two: Written assignment Enter your scores (estimated VO 2 Max) for the tests you completed in the GoogleDocs spreadsheet. You will need to show your work to get full credit for this assignment. This is an example of showing your work: BYU Jog Test: weight= 60 kg, jog time = 10 minutes, heart rate = 170 bpm, gender = female VO 2 Max = 100.5 - .1636(weight) – 1.438(jog time) - .1928(heart rate) + 8.344(gender) = 100.5 - .1636(60) – 1.438(10) - .1928(170) + 8.344(0) = 100.5 – 9.816 – 14.38 – 32.691 + 0 = 43.613 (ml/min)/kg 99% CI = Y’ + 3 (SEE) = 43.613 + 3 (3.0) = 43.613 + 9 = 34.613 to 52.613 (ml/min)/kg 1. Record the relevant data (and indicate the test name) for the tests you completed. 1 Mile Walk Test- Time: 15:31, Heart Rate- 156 1 Mile Run- Time: 7:30 2 Minute step in place- Steps: 179
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Brittany Haynes Sec.5 I.D. 99 November 3, 2010 2. Calculate your predicted VO 2 Max using the equations found in the textbook for: a) the University of Houston Nonexercise BMI equation (p. 289) (R= .82, SEE= 4.7 ml*kg -1 *min -1 ) VO 2 max = 44.310-0.326(age)-0.227(BMI)+4.471(SRPA)-0.135(BMI x SRPA) =44.310-0.326(20)-0.227(19)+4.471(3)-0.135(19 x 3) =39.195 b) the Rockport1 Mile Walk Test (p. 286) VO 2 max =132.853-0.3877(age)-0.0769(weight)-3.2649(walk time)-0.1565(Heart rate) +6.315(gender) =132.853-0.3877(20)-0.0769(104)-3.2649(15.31)-0.1565(156)+6.315(0) =42.702 c) either the PACER (p. 285) or the 1 Mile Run VO 2 max =108.94-8.41(time)+0.34(time 2 )+0.21(age*gender)-0.84(BMI) =108.94-8.41(7.30)+0.34(7.30 2 )+0.21(20*0)-0.84(19) =49.706 d) How similar were the VO 2 Max estimates you calculated for the three tests? Which do you
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