publication . Master thesis . 2014

Assessment of ventilatory thresholds from heart rate variability in five incremental treadmill tests in cross country skiers

Mendia Iztueta, Ibai;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Country: Finland
Abstract
Incremental treadmill tests are widely used in the field of exercise physiology for the assessment of Ventilatory Thresholds for clinical and sport oriented issues. The assessment of Ventilatory Thresholds (VTs) from Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is a relatively new approach with increasing popularity because it is a non-invasive and economical method. Nevertheless, this has not been used in Cross Country (XC) Skiing, an endurance sport where the knowledge of VTs holds special importance. The purpose of the study was to assess VTs using the data derived from HRV analysis in the five main XC skiing-related techniques, Double Poling (DP), Diagonal Striding (DS), No...
Subjects
free text keywords: Exercise Physiology, Cross Country Ski, Ventilatory Thresholds, Heart Rate Variability, HRV, Poling Frequency, Breathing Frequency, Assessment, liikuntafysiologia, hiihto, syke, hiihtäjät
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