ID 13105
Title Transcription
フクゴウ シュモク レンゾク トレーニング ガ チョウジカン ウンドウジ ノ コキュウ ジュンカン オウトウ ニ オヨボス エイキョウ
Title Alternative
Influence of Continuous Training Consisted of Different Exercise on Cardiorespiratory Responses During Prolonged Exercise
Author
Miura, Hajime Laboratoy for Sports Science,Department of Human and Social Sciences,Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences,University of Tokushima Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Umemura, Yoshihisa Laboratory for Exercise Physiology and Biomechanics,School of Physical Education,Chukyo University
Keywords
continuous training
cardiorespiratory response
prolonged exercise
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Description
To identify the physiological effects on cardiorespiratory responses during prolonged exercise of continuous training,eight male and two female college students participated in the training study. The training intensity and period were 60% VO2max during cycling and running,and 3 days per week for 4 weeks. Subjects were divided into the continuous training group and separated training group according to their V02max. The continuous training consisted of cycling for 30 min and running for 30 min as a continuous task. The separated training consisted of these exercises as a separated task. The maximal exercise tests,and the prolonged exercise tests were conducted at pre-and post-training. The latter test consisted of 45-min ergometer cycling and 45-min treamill running at 60%VO2max as a continuous task. At post-training,the increments of V02,VE and HR were tended to be small in both groups during the prolonged exercise test. But,there were some differences in these increment demands between continuous and separated groups : in the continuous training group,significant small increments were observed from earlier stage than those in the separated training group. At post-training, the change ratios of V02,VE and HR at running stage in the continuous training group were significantly smaller than those in the separated training group. No significant increment of VO2max was observed in both groups. These results indicated that continuous training was more useful for improving the degree of cardiorespiratory drift such as progressive increments of V02,VE or HR during the prolonged exercis. Therefore,triathletes and/or duathletes were recommended to train themselves as a continuous task rather than as a separated task.
Journal Title
徳島大学総合科学部人間科学研究
ISSN
09199810
NCID
AN1043724X
Publisher
徳島大学.総合科学部
Volume
3
Start Page
35
End Page
42
Sort Key
35
Published Date
1995
EDB ID
FullText File
language
jpn
departments
Integrated Arts and Sciences