Comparison of energy expenditure on a treadmill vs. an elliptical device at a self-selected exercise intensity

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Title translated into German:Vergleich des Energieaufwands auf einem Laufband im Vergleich mit einem Ellipsentrainer bei selbst gewählter Trainingsintensität
Author:Brown, Gregory A.; Cook, Chad M.; Krueger, Ryan D.; Heelan, Kate A.
Published in:Journal of strength and conditioning research
Published:24 (2010), 6, S. 1643-1649, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:1064-8011, 1533-4287
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Identification number:PU201103002292
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TY  - JOUR
AU  - Brown, Gregory A.
A2  - Brown, Gregory A.
A2  - Cook, Chad M.
A2  - Krueger, Ryan D.
A2  - Heelan, Kate A.
DB  - BISp
DP  - BISp
KW  - Energiestoffwechsel
KW  - Energieverbrauch
KW  - Laufbandbelastung
KW  - Sportmedizin
KW  - Trainingsgerät
KW  - Trainingsintensität
KW  - Trainingswissenschaft
KW  - Untersuchung, vergleichende
LA  - eng
TI  - Comparison of energy expenditure on a treadmill vs. an elliptical device at a self-selected exercise intensity
TT  - Vergleich des Energieaufwands auf einem Laufband im Vergleich mit einem Ellipsentrainer bei selbst gewählter Trainingsintensität
PY  - 2010
N2  - Treadmills (TM) and elliptical devices (EL) are popular forms of exercise equipment. The differences in the training stimulus presented by TM or EL are unknown. The purpose of this investigation was to evaluate oxygen consumption, energy expenditure, and heart rate on a TM or EL when persons exercise at the same perceived level of exertion. After measuring peak oxygen uptake ([latin capital V with dot above]O2peak) in 9 male and 9 female untrained college-aged participants, the subjects performed 2 separate 15-minute submaximal exercise tests on the TM and EL at a rating of perceived exertion (RPE) of 12-13. [latin capital V with dot above]O2peak was higher (p < 0.05) in the males (48.6 ± 1.5 vs. 45.2 ± 1.6 ml/kg/min) than the females (41.7 ± 1.8 vs. 38.8 ± 2.2 ml/kg/min) for both TM and EL (means ± standard error of the mean; for TM vs. EL respectively), but there were no differences in the measured [latin capital V with dot above]O2peak between TM or EL. During submaximal exercise there were no differences in RPE between TM and EL. Total oxygen consumption was higher (p < 0.05) in males (30.8 ± 2.2 vs. 34.9 ± 2.2 L) than females (24.1 ± 1.8 vs. 26.9 ± 1.7 L) but did not differ between TM and EL. Energy expenditure was not different between TM (569 ± 110 J) or EL (636 ± 120 kJ). Heart rate was higher (p < 0.05) on the EL (164 ± 16 beats/min) compared to the TM (145 ± 15 beats/min). When subjects exercise at the same RPE on TM or EL, oxygen consumption and energy expenditure are similar in spite of a higher heart rate on the EL. These data indicate that during cross training or noncompetition-specific exercise, an elliptical device is an acceptable alternative to a treadmill. Verf.-Referat
SP  - S. 1643-1649
SN  - 1064-8011
JO  - Journal of strength and conditioning research
IS  - 6
VL  - 24
M3  - Gedruckte Ressource
ID  - PU201103002292
ER  -