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- Reliability and validity of a new double poling ergometer for cross-country skiers
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- cross-country skiing handbook.
Since physical inactivity especially prevails during winter months, we set out to identify outdoor alternatives to indoor cycling IC by comparing the metabolic and cardiorespiratory responses during alpine skiing AS , cross-country skiing XCS and IC and analyse the effects of sex, age and fitness level in this comparison. Oxygen uptake VO 2 , total energy expenditure EE , heart rate HR , lactate, blood glucose and rate of perceived exertion RPE were determined during three 4-min stages of low, moderate and high intensity. Weight adjusted VO 2 and EE were higher in men than in women while fitness level had no effect.
Reliability and validity of a new double poling ergometer for cross-country skiers
DOI: Published: 09 January The purpose of this study is to analyze the effects of short-term off-season training competition on body composition, physical fitness, and isokinetic muscle functions of XC skiers. Seven XC skiers, including two national team members and five reserve national team members, partici-pated in the study. Short-term off-season XC ski training was conducted for over 4 weeks August—September. The physical composition, basic physical fitness, and isokinetic muscle function tests were conducted at S hospital in Seoul, South Korea before and after off-season ski training.
The race consisted of a preliminary short lap of 3. To describe the exercise intensity profile, three reference HRs were selected. The HR profile was classified into four levels of exercise intensity. Nearly the entire race This study provided a detailed description of the HR response to a marathon cross-country skiing race.
Published by Scribner"s in New York. Written in English. The Nordic Handbook. Aug 2 2 but does not buy the text book, do the homework, or attend any lectures. At this writing, there are two main areas of specialization in the Nordic world: cross country also known as. Cross-country skiing, skiing in open country over rolling, hilly terrain as found in Scandinavian countries, where the sport originated as a means of travel as well as recreation and where it remains popular.
Competitive cross country skiing is one of the most demanding sports. It requires a high maximal oxygen uptake, fast force Physiological basis of cross country skiing Regardless of skiing distance, cross country skiing is an endurance sport requiring very high aerobic power and capacity. The Handbooks of Sports Medicine and Science present basic clinical and scientific information in a clear style and format as This Handbook will constitute the most complete and authoritative source of information in existence as regards the scientific and clinical aspects of Handbook of Cross-Country Skiing: Olympic Handbook of Sports Medicine Heikki Rusko. Book Condition: Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. This Handbook will constitute the most complete and authoritative source of information in existence as regards the scientific and clinical aspects of cross country skiing: physiology, nutrition.
cross-country skiing handbook.
Summary: For anyone concerned with the prevention and treatment of cold-weather athletic injuries and medical problems, the "Winter Sports Medicine Handbook" is the ideal quick reference. Covering the full range of ice and snow sports, this portable guide is handy, authoritative, and perfect for on-the-spot treatment advice for nearly every possible situation-from frostbite, sprains, and strains - to fractures and other traumatic injuries. Look inside for: a unique, sport-specific table to assist diagnosis and treatment, and point you to expanded information within the text; comprehensive chapters on snow sports such as alpine, telemark, cross-country, and freestyle skiing; snowboarding; and biathlon; complete coverage of ice sports-everything from curling, figure skating, and speed skating, to hockey, bobsledding, and luge; practical advice for management of medical conditions including skin conditions, hypothermia, frostbite, and more; physiology, biomechanics, and history of each sport; performance enhancement in winter sports; special coverage of cold-weather cardiopulmonary physiology. An invaluable resource for anyone involved in winter sports - whether as medical professional, coach, trainer, or athlete - "Winter Sports Medicine Handbook" should be an integral part of your "tool kit. It may also be used for self-study or reference by engineers and applied mathematicians.
The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of three - week high altitude ski training on the myocardial performance of cross - country skiers and to provide basic data for the future improvement of cross - country skiers'. The subjects were 6 cross - country skiing male college athletes. To investigate the effects of periodic and high altitude training on cross - country skiers, a general linear model ANOVA with repeated measure And analyzed using the Paired Samples t-test.
In this study micro-sensors were employed to analyse macro-kinematic parameters during a classical cross-country skiing competition 10 km, 2-lap. Algorithms and visual classification were used to identify skiing sub-techniques and calculate velocities, cycle lengths CL and cycle rates CR over the entire course. For all sub-techniques the mean CR on both laps and for the slower and faster skiers were similar, while there was a trend for the mean velocities in all sub-techniques by the faster athletes to be higher.
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