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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Relationship between Anaerobic Parameters Provided from MAOD and Critical Power Model in Specific Table Tennis Test
Author: Zagatto, AM
Gobatto, CA
Abstract: The aim of this study was to verify the validity of the curvature constant parameter (W'), calculated from 2-parameter mathematical equations of critical power model, in estimating the anaerobic capacity and anaerobic work capacity from a table tennis-specific test. Specifically, we aimed to i) compare constants estimated from three critical intensity models in a table tennis-specifi c test (Cf); ii) correlate each estimated W' with the maximal accumulated oxygen deficit (MAOD); iii) correlate each W' with the total amount of anaerobic work (W-ANAER) performed in each exercise bout performed during the Cf test. Nine national-standard male table tennis players participated in the study. MAOD was 63.0(10.8) mL . kg(-1) and W' values were 32.8(6.6) balls for the linear-frequency model, 38.3(6.9) balls for linear-total balls model, 48.7(8.9) balls for Nonlinear-2 parameter model. Estimated W' from the Nonlinear 2-parameter model was significantly different from W' from the other 2 models (P < 0.05). Also, none W' values were significantly correlated with MAOD or W-ANAER (r ranged from -0.58 to 0.51; P > 0.13). Thus, W' estimated from the 2-parameter mathematical equations did not correlate with MAOD or W-ANAER in table tennis-specifi c tests, indicating that W' may not provide a strong and valid estimation of anaerobic capacity and anaerobic capacity work.
Subject: maximal accumulated oxygen deficit
anaerobic metabolism
critical power model
mathematical modeling
Country: Alemanha
Editor: Georg Thieme Verlag Kg
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1055/s-0032-1304648
Date Issue: 2012
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