Validity of the Astrand-Ryhming nomogram for moderately active adult females

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Get this from a library. Validity of the Astrand-Ryhming nomogram for moderately active adult females. [Jean Marie Eberhart]. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the validity of the predicted VO2 max from the Astrand-Ryhming nomogram, using the cycle ergometer as the sole exercise mode and following the recommended submaximal test protocol.

In addition, two sets of Cited by:   The purpose of this study was to evaluate the validity of the predicted VO2 max from the Astrand-Ryhming nomogram, using the cycle ergometer as the sole exercise mode and following the recommended submaximal test protocol.

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In addition, two sets of age correction factors were compared for accuracy. Using the Astrand age correction factors, the SEE of the predicted VO2 max for the 40 male Cited by: The data was analysed to allow comparison of the reliability and validity of linear extrapolations to three estimates of heart rate maximum with the Astrand nomogram prediction.

RESULTS: Extrapolation was preferable yielding intraclass correlation co-efficients (ICC) of comparable to that of the observed VO2max at and a bias of -1 Cited by: The reliability and validity of the Åstrand nomogram and linear extrapolation for deriving VO2max from submaximal exercise data October The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness Jean Marie Eberhart has written: 'Validity of the Astrand-Rhyming nomogram for moderately active adult females' 'Validity of the Astrand-Ryhming nomogram for moderately active adult females.

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Validity of the Astrand-Ryhming nomogram for moderately active adult f Jean Marie Eberhart Not In Library. Ratings of perceived exertion in college age males and females of high Judy Lynn Klein Not In Library. Astrand 6-minute Cycle Test. Testing and measurement are the means of collecting information upon which subsequent performance evaluations and decisions are the analysis, we need to bear in mind the factors that may influence the results.

The Astrand. The Astrand–Ryhming step test requires subjects to step up and down a bench for 5 min, at a rate of individual steps/min. Step height is set at 40 cm for males and 30 cm. In a validation group of trained (n = 5), untrained (n = 5), and moderately trained (n = 4) to yr-old males, the correlation measured between VO2max values and those predicted from the new nomogram was significantly better (r = ) (P less than ) than Cited by: A systolic pressure of 98 would be considered low.

The diastolic pressure of 78 is in normal limits. The Astrand-Ryhming nomogram revisited B. LEGGE AND E. BANISTER School of Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia I lS6.

Modified Astrand-Ryhming Nomogram V02 Litres / Minute Pulse Rate 8 Step Test 33 40 cm cm Women Men 3 4 7. The reliability and validity of the Åstrand nomogram and linear extrapolation for deriving V.O2max from submaximal exercise data Macsween A.

From the Department of Physiotherapy, Podiatry and Radiography, Division of Physiotherapy, Glasgow Caledonian University, Faculty. The Aastrand test is a submaximal test conducted on a bicycle ergometer. It is completed within 5 minutes. Instructions: 1. Choose a workload that will elicit a heart rate of bpm after 5 minutes of bicycling.

The workload chosen should be eit 75, or watts 3. validity of Neder et al’s formula, ACSM’s formula, and of Åstrand-Ryhming nomogram. The study design chosen was a cross-validation and the significance level was set at p ≤ Results: For men during submaximal exercises, a mathematical model was deduced with base on workload, body mass, and age, which explained 89% of the VO 2.

Astrand-Ryhming Cycle Ergometer Test: (as'trand-rīm'ing sī'kĕl ĕr-gom'ĕ-tĕr test) A submaximal exercise test used to determine VO 2max in patients with an acute myocardial infarction and high-risk dysrhythmias.

See also: Balke-Ware treadmill protocol. A nomogram (from Greek νόμος nomos, "law" and γραμμή grammē, "line"), also called a nomograph, alignment chart, or abaque, is a graphical calculating device, a two-dimensional diagram designed to allow the approximate graphical computation of a mathematical field of nomography was invented in by the French engineer Philbert Maurice d'Ocagne (–) and used.

2 Therapeutic Exercise: Moving Toward Function TABLE Correction Factor for Age for Astrand- Rhyming Nomogram AGE CORRECTION FACTOR 15 25 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 From p. Bandy and Sanders, which was reprinted from AmericanFile Size: 24KB.

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The Astrand–Ryhming step test requires subjects to step up and down a bench for 5 min, at a rate of individual steps/min. Step height is set at 40 cm for males and 30 cm for females.

Background: The prevalence of cardiovascular disease in individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) is as high as or greater than in the general population, yet assessment of cardiovascular fitness rarely occurs in individuals with SCI. Purpose: 1) To review current literature and develop guidelines to assist clinicians in choosing appropriate submaximal tests for the evaluation of Author: Adrienne Theresa Hol.

The data was analysed to allow comparison of the reliability and validity of linear extrapolations to three estimates of heart rate maximum with the Astrand nomogram prediction. Results: Extrapolation was preferable yielding intraclass correlation co-efficients (ICC) of comparable to that of the observed VO2max at and a bias of.

Full text of "ERIC ED Completed Research in Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance; Including International Edition." See other formats. It was initially popularized by the Astrand-Rhyming nomogram (Astrand & Rodahl, ; Astrand & Rodahl, ; Astrand & Ryhming, Chapter 4: Types of Physical Performance Tests ).

Research (Jackson et al., ) showed that the correlation between V02max estimatedfrom the single stage equation and Astrand-Rhyming nomogram was Concurrent validity was assessed as correlations and ROC-analyses. Predictive validity was assessed using logistic regression, controlling for potential confounders.

RESULTS: Concurrent validity was low-to-moderate (r. J Appl Physiol, 61 (3), page The nomogram was developed in the same manner as the original nomogram.

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47 mixed group of trained (n = 5), untrained (n = 5) and moderately trained (n = 4) individuals used to validate the predictive nomogram for VO2.

From the register self-reported PA, weeks post MI, (i.e. number of sessions during the past seven days with moderate and/or vigorous PA lasting ≥30 minutes) was obtained.

The answers were grouped into sessions (inactive), sessions (moderately active) and sessions (regularly active). The correlation between Astrand–Rhyming test scores at trial one and two was (PCited by:.

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