2015, Vol. 1, Issue 4, Part B
Physiological Values in Fitwalking with Biomechanical Movement AnalysisAuthor(s):
Samuel Honório; Marco Batista; Júlio Martins; João Cardoso; Dino Pedras; Filipe SoaresAbstract:
Introduction: We intend to establish physiological values in each training zone of Fitwalking, in gender and ages, and associate these values to colours of effort. rnMaterial and Methods: A sample of 62 athletes subject to five training zones (TZ) relating to elliptical with variable time periods between 20 and 40 minutes. rnResults: Were observed differences in intensities where (HR) proved higher, for the training zones where the intensities belonged 75-90%. There was a (HR) average of 132.78 bpm in training (TZ) recovery area compared to the (TZ) aerobic with an (HR) average of 149.47 bpm, strength training indicated a 159.11 bpm HR, training intensive features a 169.07 bpm HR and finally the (TZ) competition indicates an average value of 185.30 bpm.rnConclusions: there are significant differences existing regarding training zones and heart rates between genders, with a progressively increasing in the intensity of HR with a ratio of time spent in exercise of fitwalking, featuring a resistance workout.Pages: 45-53 | 1437 Views 20 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Samuel Honório; Marco Batista; Júlio Martins; João Cardoso; Dino Pedras; Filipe Soares. Physiological Values in Fitwalking with Biomechanical Movement Analysis. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2015;1(4):45-53.