Anaerobic Treadmill Test

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BPK 343 Laboratory Manual

Logbook #2

NAME:

STUDENT NUMBER : ____________________________

MASS (lbs) : MASS (kg) :

AGE (yrs): GENDER: M F

LAB GROUP:

_________________________

Contents Lab Log Book Two

Cardiovascular Fitness

This lab will take place following the midterm exam . All students will participate in the Step test and should come prepared to do so. Those participating in the

Bruce protocol will be the only exceptions to this. Read the CSEP-PATH manual to determine the pre lab preparation regarding exercise, food and alcohol intake in the day prior to the test.

Flexibility

We will be comparing direct and indirect measurements of flexibility. We will discuss the appropriate utilization of subjective and objective methods of assessing flexibility and lower back health. Every student will be involved as both a subject and an assessor for this laboratory session. Please let the instructor know if you have ongoing injuries that will prevent you from participating in one or more of the assessments.

Core Stability

We will look at the assessment of endurance in trunk flexion, extension and lateral stability. Every student will participate as a subject and an assessor. We will also look at teaching neutral spine and abdominal bracing as a first step in rehabilitation and training of core stability. We will progress to look at several beginner and advanced endurance exercises, and the incorporation of labile surfaces into the training of dynamic stability.

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Informed Consent for Bruce Test

I, ____________________, give my consent to Ryan Dill to administer the following procedure as part of a laboratory in BPK 343, Active Health:

Assessment and Programming.

The Bruce Test is a multi-stage aerobic treadmill test. It starts at 1.7 mph and

10% grade and increases the speed and grade every three minutes until the individual is unable or unwilling to continue, or until some abnormal response such as an irregular heart beat occurs. The test usually lasts about 10 minutes.

I will wear a portable heart rate meter. I will also have my electrocardiogram obtained from three electrodes stuck to my skin, one on each of the ribs and one on the sternum or scapula.

I understand that the potential risks of these procedures are:

- possible irritation of the skin of the chest from the elastic heart rate meter strap or the electrodes.

- muscular fatigue in the legs, and possibly some soreness in these muscles for a day or two after exercise.

- rare occurrences of dizziness, chest pain, fainting, or - very rarely - cardiac arrest,

- traumatic injury from falling during running (this risk will be minimized by having "spotters" at the side and back of the treadmill.

I understand that the potential benefits of my participation are:

- learn how the subject/client/patient feels during fitness testing

- help other students practice the procedure for administering fitness test

- obtain results of my own aerobic fitness

I understand that I may withdraw my consent to participate at any time, and that I may stop at any time during the test for any reason. I further understand that if I have any complaint about these procedures that I my address this complaint to the Chair, Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology.

Signature

Witness

____________________ Date _________________

____________________ Date _________________

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Informed Consent for Anaerobic Treadmill Test

I, ____________________, give my consent to Ryan Dill to administer the following procedure as part of a laboratory in BPK 343, Active Health:

Assessment and Programming.

The anaerobic treadmill test has a warmup, then a single, brief (maximum of one to two minutes) run to exhaustion at 20% grade and either 6 or 8 mph, then a cool-down.

I understand that the potential risks of these procedures are:

- muscular fatigue in the legs, and possibly some soreness in these muscles for a day or two after exercise.

- rare occurrences of dizziness, chest pain, fainting, or - very rarely - cardiac arrest,

- traumatic injury from falling during running (this risk will be minimized by having "spotters" at the side and back of the treadmill.

I understand that the potential benefits of my participation are:

- learn how the subject/client/patient feels during fitness testing

- help other students practice the procedure for administering fitness test

- obtain results of my own anaerobic fitness

I understand that I may withdraw my consent to participate at any time, and that I may stop at any time during the test for any reason. I further understand that if I have any complaint about these procedures that I my address this complaint to the Chair, Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology.

Signature

Witness

____________________ Date _________________

____________________ Date _________________

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Informed Consent for mCAFT

I, ____________________, give my consent to Ryan Dill to administer the following procedure as part of a laboratory in BPK 343, Active Health:

Assessment and Programming.

The mCAFT is a multi-stage sub maximal aerobic test. The first stage of stepping starts at a tempo determined by gender and age and lasts for three minutes. The stepping tempo is then increased slightly for every subsequent three minute stepping stage. Heart Rate is monitored following each stage. The test will continue until I reach a pre-determined ceiling Heart Rate (85% of my age predicted maximum) or stage eight. The test usually lasts about 10 minutes.

I will wear a portable heart rate meter or have my heart rate measured by palpation. I will also have my Blood Pressure measured several times during recovery.

I understand that the potential risks of these procedures are:

- possible irritation of the skin of the chest from the elastic heart rate meter strap

- possible irritation or compression of the arm from blood pressure monitoring

- muscular fatigue in the legs, and possibly some soreness in these muscles for a day or two after exercise.

- rare occurrences of dizziness, chest pain, fainting, or - very rarely - cardiac arrest

- traumatic injury from falling during stepping.

I understand that the potential benefits of my participation are:

- learn how the subject/client/patient feels during fitness testing

- help other students practice the procedure for administering fitness test

- obtain results of my own aerobic fitness

I understand that I may withdraw my consent to participate at any time, and that I may stop at any time during the test for any reason. I further understand that if I have any complaint about these procedures that I my address this complaint to the Chair, Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology.

Signature

Witness

____________________ Date _________________

____________________ Date _________________

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Treadmill Laboratory Data Sheet

Ebbeling Single-stage Treadmill Walking Test

Subjects Name:__________________________ Age : ______ Gender : _____

HR max (220

– age) : _____bpm 50%: ______bpm 70%: ______bpm

Treadmill Speed for protocol: ___________ mph

HR end of minute 1: _____ bpm 2: _____ bpm 3: _____ bpm 4: _____ bpm

Estimated VO2max: ________ ml/kg/min Health Benefit Rating: ________________

Bruce Protocol

Subjects Name:__________________________

Age (yrs):________ Weight (kg):________

Time (min:sec):______ Time (decimal min):______ Time (sec):______

Using the appropriate equations from this laboratory (page 3), calculate the VO

2

max.

Indicate which equation you used. (1-4 or Foster et. al.).

Equation:______________ VO

2

max (relative):____________ml/kg/min

VO

2

max (relative):____________ml/kg/min Equation:______________

Equation:______________ VO

2

max (relative):____________ml/kg/min

Average VO

2

max: ________ml/kg/min ________L/min

Classify this result. Be sure to indicate which source you used for this classification.

Classification:__________________ Source:______________________

Anaerobic Treadmill Test

Subjects Name:__________________________ Time (sec):________

Discuss this score in relation to reference scores shown in the lab manual:

______________________________________________________________________

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mCAFT Laboratory Data Sheet

Subjects Name:__________________________

Age (yrs):________ Wt (Kg): ___________

Starting Stage: _________

Ceiling Heart Rate : ________ beats in 10 sec ________bpm

Heart Rate Monitoring Method

(check one)

:_____ Palpation _____HR Monitor

Heart Rate (beats in 10 sec)

_____ 1 st

Stage

_____ 2 nd

Stage

_____ 3 rd

Stage

_____ 4 th

Stage

_____ 5

_____ 6

_____ 7

_____ 8 th th th th

Stage

Stage

Stage

Stage

O

2

cost of final stage (p 63 CSEP-PATH): __________

Heart Rate Final (bpm): __________

Estimated VO

2 max (ml/kg/min): __________

Health Benefit Rating: __________

Post Exercise

Blood Pressure

(mmHg)

2:00

– 2:30 min.

3:30

– 4:00 min.

Heart Rate

(bpm)

4:00

– 4:30

Systolic __________

Diastolic __________

Systolic __________

Diastolic __________

__________

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Flexibility Laboratory Data Sheet

CSEP-PATH

– Sit and Reach

Trial one _____(cm) Trial two _____(cm) Max _____(cm) category _________

Trunk Extension* (qualitative measure)

Good_______ Fair_______ Poor_______

Trunk Extension (quantitative measure) (

inches)

Trial #1_______ Trial #2_______ Trial #3_______

Trunk Length (TL)_______ Multiply best trial by 100 & divide by TL_______

Above_______ or Below _______50th percentile

Hip Flexion* (qualitative measure)

Right:

Normal_______ Tight_______

Left:

Hip Flexor Length* (qualitative measure)

Right:

Normal_______

Normal_______

Tight_______

Tight_______

Left:

Normal_______

Hip Adduction-Abduction

Tight_______

Trial #1_______ Trial #2_______ Trial #3_______

Leighton's norms(10 year old boys) 61.68 degrees +/- 8.01

Are you within one standard deviation of these norms? (Y or N) ________

Shoulder Flexibility* (qualitative measure)

Right:

Good_______ Fair_______ Poor_______

Left:

Good_______ Fair_______

Score in centimeters (include + or -): Right-Up______

Poor_______

Left-Up ______

CSEP

category (page 26) : R ____________ L ____________

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Flexibility Laboratory Data Sheet (cont.)

Shoulder Adductor Flexibility* (qualitative measure)

Normal_______ Tight_______

Shoulder and Wrist Elevation Test

Trial #2_______ Trial #1_______ Trial #3_______

Arm Length (AL)_______ Difference between AL and best trial_______

Heyward classification :______________________

CSEP percentile, height to rod measure :______________

Shoulder Rotation Test

Trial #1_______ Trial #2_______ Trial #3_______

Bi-deltoid Width (BW)_______ Difference between BW and best trial_______

Heyward classification:______________________

Ankle extension (Plantar Flexion) Test

Left Tibia Height (TH)_______

Trial #1_______

Right TH_______ Average (TH)_______

Trial #2_______ Trial #3_______

Right:

Left:

Trial #1_______ Trial #2_______ Trial #3_______

Difference between TH and average of best trials for right and left foot _______

Heyward classification:______________________

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Informed Consent for Core Stability Lab

I, ____________________, give my consent to Ryan Dill to administer the following procedure as part of a laboratory in BPK 343, Active Health:

Assessment and Programming.

The Core Stability lab will involve assessments and exercises for the musculature of the lumbar spine.

I understand that the potential risks of these procedures are:

- muscular fatigue in the core, and possibly some soreness in these muscles for a day or two after exercise.

- the advanced exercises and the use of labile surfaces increases the stress on the lumbar spine. These are not recommended unless performed properly, and are therefore optional

I understand that the potential benefits of my participation are:

- learn how the subject/client/patient feels during fitness testing

- help other students practice the procedure for administering fitness test

- obtain results of my own core endurance

I understand that I may withdraw my consent to participate at any time, and that I may stop at any time during the test for any reason. I further understand that if I have any complaint about these procedures that I my address this complaint to the Chair, Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology.

Signature

Witness

____________________ Date _________________

____________________ Date _________________

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Core Stability Laboratory Data Sheet

Assessment of the endurance of core musculature

Lateral side bridge :

Flexor Endurance Test :

Extensor Test :

Comparison Ratios

Right / Left Side Bridge

Flexion / Extension

R Side Bridge / Extension

L Side Bridge / Extension

Left ___________ (sec) Right ____________(sec)

______________ (sec)

______________ (sec)

____________

____________

____________

____________ healthy (Y or N) ________ healthy (Y or N) ________ healthy (Y or N) ________ healthy (Y or N) ________

Indicate focus for rehabilitation or training based on results and comparison to mean and standard deviations(circle).

Lateral, Flexor, Extensor and General Conditioning

Warming Up and Teaching of bracing and Neutral Spine

Cat Back, Abdominal Bracing, Neutral Spine

Client Progression through exercises

– see class notes and lab manual for details

Proper

form is essential

before moving to next stage of exercise.

Label stage and number of repetitions with proper form achieved by client:

Remedial

(R),

Beginner

(B),

Intermediate

(I),

Advanced

(A)

Mat Exercises (remedial to advanced)

Repetitions Completed ____________ Curl Up

Bird Dog

_________________

_________________

Side Bridge _________________

Repetitions Completed ____________

Repetitions Completed ____________

Ball Exercises (intermediate to advance)

Supine Table _________________ Repetitions Completed ____________

Repetitions Completed ____________ Body Flexion _________________

Forward Roll _________________

Ab Curl

Push up

_________________

_________________

Repetitions Completed ____________

Repetitions Completed ____________

Repetitions Completed ____________

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Laboratory Questions

(keep your responses brief)

1. Ice Hockey players have very high Wingate test scores compared to many other athletes (see normative data in lab manual). Explain why this makes sense.

2. What are the main differences in what is being measured in the anaerobic treadmill test and the Wingate test? Are they measuring the same thing? If not explain.

3. What are four major assumptions you make when determining VO

2

max from a sub-maximal test like the YMCA bike test?

4. What is the main difference between direct and indirect measures of flexibility?

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