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Physiological and anthropometric factors as predictors of flatwater kayaking performance
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|Statement||by Scott Logan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 111 leaves|
|Number of Pages||111|
The objectives of this study were to profile the physiological and physical characteristics of elite dragon boat paddlers, to identify characteristics that predict race performance and to quantify the metabolic energy contributions to simulated m and m dragon boat racing. Eleven, national level, male, Japanese dragon boat paddlers completed a battery of tests on a paddling ergometer.
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Get this from a library. Physiological and anthropometric factors as predictors of flatwater kayaking performance. [Scott Logan]. m performance requires a high anaerobic contribution. To date, no studies have examined elite young adolescent paddlers.
The primary purpose of this study was to determine which selected physiological and anthropometric parameters predict K ( m kayak race) performance in young high performance adolescent paddlers. Anthropometric and physiological predictors of flat-water m kayak performance in young adolescents and the effectiveness of a high volume training camp.
Abstract. This study was conducted to investigate the relationship between selected physiological variables and m flat-water kayak (K ) performance.
Nine female, high-performance kayak paddlers, mean (SD) age 23 (5) years, participated in this investigation. Testing was conducted over 6 days and included anthropometric measurements (height, Cited by: This study was conducted to investigate the relationship between selected physiological variables and m flat-water kayak (K) performance.
Nine female, high-performance kayak paddlers, mean (SD) age 23 (5) years, participated in this : David John Bishop. Bishop, David () Physiological predictors of flat-water kayak performance in women. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 82 (). ISSN (print) (online) Full text for this resource is not available from the Research Repository.
Optimal performance in flatwater kayak events is the result of a complex blend of anthropometric, physiological, biomechanical, and psychological factors. The Effect of Anthropometry Factors, Biomotor Ability, Rowing Size and Balance of the Skills Anthropometry athlete of rower Kayak Physiological predictor of Flat water m kayak performance in Young Adolescent and The efectiveness of a High Volume Training Camp, (International Jurnal of Exercise Science, Int 2(2): Bishop D.
() Physiological predictors of flat-water kayak performance in women. European Journal of Applied Physiol ; Bishop D., Bonetti D., Dawson B. () The effect of three different warm-up intensities on kayak ergometer performance.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exerc Cited by: performance ± has also proved a source of diýculty for researchers. Hochmuth () cautions that `tech-nique’ is only one of many factors that can aþect the success of a performance; others include physiological, anthropometric and neuromuscular characteristics.
This important limitation of. To identify the physiological and anthropometric determinants of sport climbing performance. Forty four climbers (24 men, 20 women) of various skill levels (self reported rating c on the. Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine the physiological, anthropometric, performance, and nutritional characteristics of the Brazil Canoe Polo National Team.
Ten male canoe polo athletes (age ± years) performed a battery of tests including assessments of anthropometric parameters, upper-body anaerobic power (Wingate), muscular strength, aerobic Cited by: The main findings are: 1) that biomechanical factors may explain % of the variance in m swimming performance 2) that anthropometrical (%) and physiological (%) parameters were also strongly related to m performance 3) that the best single performance predictors were SI, arm span and ∆La; and 4) that two selected variables included in the MLR model Cited by: The purpose of this study was to determine the physiological, anthropometric, and performance characteristics of elite canoe polo players.
Fifteen elite male canoe polo players (age: Author: Mohsen Sheykhlouvand. The effects of anthropometrical, physiological and environmental factors on surfing performance Matthew John Barlow The aim of this thesis was to investigate how physiological and environmental factors affect surfing performance.
Studies were performed that assessed the effect of anthropometric and physiological characteristics of surfers on. Indeed, previous research has profiled the anthropometric qualities explanatory of a superior paddling performance in senior 8 and junior 9 sprint kayaking.
For example, Ackland et al. 8 showed that elite senior male sprint kayakers were generally leaner, had larger upper body girths, and narrower hips when compared to the general by: 1.
Parmanik, P. “Physical and Physiological Variables as Predictors of Playing Ability of Badminton Players”, Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Jiwaji University, Gwalior.
Pilli, Ramu (). Comparison of anthropometric and physical variables among kho-kho and handball players of Andhra Pradesh School Games teams, Br J. Key words: anthropometry, physical fitness, biological age, kayak, canoe.
Introduction Systematic sport training has been related to the development of certain physical attributes along with specific changes in the morphological characteristics of athletes (Gabbett and Georgieff, ; Ross and Marfell-Jones, ).
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Scott Logan; Medicine; ; Cite Save. Feed. Tanaka and Matsuura concluded that anthropometric factors have the same degree of influence on performance as physiological factors. Arrese and Ostariz [ 5 ] assessed the skinfold thickness in the lower limb as positively related to performance and even to be used as a predictive factor for all distance by: 4.
PHYSICAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND ANTHROPOMETRIC VARIABLES AS PREDICTORS FOR SPEED OF SUB-JUNIOR ATHLETES ORIGINAL ARTICLE Vivek Kumar Singh1 and Richa Singh2 1 Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education, LPU, Phagwara.
2 Research Scholar, Department of Physical Education, BHU, Varanasi. ISSN: Physical and physiological factors associated with success in the triathlon.
Although VO2max is a predictor of performance in triathletes of mixed abilities, it cannot be used to predict performance within homogenous groups of elite performers. Nevertheless, elite triathletes have significantly higher VO2max values than sub-elite Cited by: Research examining the factors influencing selection within talented junior Rugby League players is limited.
The aims of this study were firstly to determine whether differences existed for anthropometric and performance characteristics between regional and national selection in high performance UK junior Rugby League players, and secondly to identify variables that discriminated between these Cited by: Scott Logan has written: 'Physiological and anthropometric factors as predictors of flatwater kayaking performance' -- subject(s): Ability testing, Anthropometry, Athletes, Kayaking, Physiological.
Free Online Library: Physiological, biomechanical and anthropometrical predictors of sprint swimming performance in adolescent swimmers.(Research article, Report) by "Journal of Sports Science and Medicine"; Health, general Bioenergetics Bone densitometry Analysis Methods Energy metabolism Oxygen consumption Oxygen consumption (Metabolism) Swimmers Demographic aspects Physiological.
g), lower body (orienteering), or upper body (flatwater kayak). Methods Seventeen cross-country skiers, 15 orienteers, and 11 flatwater kayakers were tested for V˙O2max, BV, Hbmass, and FMD.
Additionally, body composition and annual training (type, volume, and intensity of training) were analyzed. Results Absolute and body-mass-normalized V˙O2max values were % and % higher. Relationship between rowing ergometer performance and physiological responses to upper and lower body exercises in rowers.
Journal of Science and Sport Medicine, 13 (4), – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. (). Sprint kayaking and canoeing performance prediction based on the relationship between maturity status, anthropometry and physical fitness in young elite paddlers.
Journal of Sports Sciences: Vol. 35, No. 11, pp. Cited by: 1. Abstract The purpose of this study was to assess the relationship between physiological and anthropometrical variables and km time trial (TT) cycling performance time. Twenty-two competitive cyclists averaged ml kg–1 min–1 for maximal oxygen consumption ([Vdot]O2max), ml kg–1 min–1 for anaerobic threshold (AT), and min for the 15 km TT by: The physiological demands of sequential exercise in swimming, cycling and running are unique and require the triathlete to develop physical and physiological characteristics that are a blend of those seen in endurance swimming, cycling and running specialists.
Elite triathletes are generally tall, of average to light weight and have low levels of body fat, a physique which provides the Cited by: This study was aimed at investigating the relationships between marathon performance time (MPT) and a set of variables wider in scope than that used to date in similar studies.
Sixteen marathon runners of varying abilities were examined for the following variables prior to the start of a marathon race: age, weight (wt); height (ht); triceps, abdominal and subscapular (SSF) skinfolds; % fat Cited by: (6.) Forbes SC, Fuller DL, Krentz JR, Little JP, Chilibeck PD.
Anthropometric and physiological predictors of flat-water m kayak performance in young adolescents and the effectiveness of a high volume training camp.
Int J Exer Sci. ;2(2) (7.) Fry RW, Morton AR. Physiological and kinanthropometric attributes of elite flatwater. () Determinants of kayak paddling performance, Sports Biomech, 8(2) Bishop, D. () Physiological predictors of flat-water kayak performance in women. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 82, Fry, R.W.
and Morton, A.R. () Physiological and kinanthropometric attributes of elite flat-water : Baljinder Singh Bal, Bhupinder Singh. van Someren KA, Backx K, Palmer GS. The anthropometric and physiological profile of the international m sprint kayaker.
J Sports Sci, ; van Someren KA, Howatson G. Prediction of flatwater kayaking performance. Int J Sports Physiol Perform, ; 3: van Someren KA, Palmer GS. Prediction of m sprint kayaking performance. Gender Differences in Anthropometric Predictors of Physical Performance in Older Adults.
Maren S. Fragala, anthropometric predictors of physical performance differ in older men and motor recruitment patterns, or motivation, factors important in physical performance, but not measured in the present study. However, these contributions Cited by: Selected anthropometrical, muscular architecture, and biomechanical variables as predictors of m performance of front crawl swimming in young male swimmers Influence des paramètres anthropométriques, physiologiques ou biomécaniques sur la performance de jeunes nageurs masculins sur un 50 m nage libreCited by: 4.
European Journal of Physical Education and Sport Science - Volume 3 │ Issue 10 │ 4. Fry, R.W. and Morton, A.R. () Physiological and kinanthropometric attributes of elite flat-water kayakists.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 23, : Baljinder Singh Bal, Bhupinder Singh. Bishop, D. () Physiological predictors of flat-water kayak performance in women. European Journal of Applied Physiol Bishop, D., Bonetti, D.
and Dawson, B. () The effect of three different warm-up intensities on kayak ergometer performance. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exerc The aim of this thesis was to investigate how physiological and environmental factors affect surfing performance.
Studies were performed that assessed the effect of anthropometric and physiological characteristics of surfers on rank and ability, the effect of creatine supplementation on surfing performance and the effect of wave size, wave period and the ability of surfers on physiological and. to identify characteristics that predict race performance and to quantify the metabolic energy contributions to simulated m and m dragon boat racing.
Eleven, national level, male, Japanese dragon boat paddlers completed a battery of tests on a paddling ergometer including an incremental maximal aerobic capacity test, a 2-minute maximal accumulated oxygen deficit (MAOD) test, and.
Whitewater kayaking involves rolling and shooting rapids but kayaks can also be used to do long distance trips. Kayaks can also be used, similar to canoes, for leisure time spend on rivers or lakes.Ed McNeely ### Abstract Many studies have examined the relationship between m rowing ergometer performance and physiological variables, often suggesting that rowing ergometer performance models can be used to predict on-water performance.
While studies have examined the kinematic, oxygen consumption, and electromyography similarities between rowing ergometry and on .Furthermore, other factors that affect performance, such as force, power, technique and aerobic fitness, would all provide a valuable insight to the success of the kayak paddler.
Specific research performed examining the physiological demands on kayak paddlers demonstrate high levels of both aerobic power and anaerobic by: