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Title: Sequence effects of combined resistance exercises with step choreography in the same session in women's oxygen uptake during and postexercise
Authors: Alves, José Manuel Vilaça Maio
Regado, Ana
Marinho, Daniel
Neves, Eduardo Borba
Rosa, Claudio
Saavedra, Francisco José Félix
Reis, Victor Manuel Machado De Ribeiro Dos
Keywords: concurrent training
energy expenditure
exercise order
oxygen consumption
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Vilaça-Alves, José; Regado, Ana; Marinho, Daniel; Neves, Eduardo Borba; Rosa, Claudio; Saavedra, Francisco; Reis, Victor M.Sequence effects of combined resistance exercises with step choreography in the same session in women's oxygen uptake during and postexercise, Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging, 1, 1-6, 2016.
Abstract: The combination of step choreography (SC) with resistance training exercises (RE) in the same session is common in class fitness rooms populated mainly by women to increase energy expenditure. The aim of this study was to evaluate the differences in the exercise oxygen uptake and postexercise between two different combinations of resistance training exercises and step choreography, regarding the order of execution. Thirteen active women (30-31 4-42 years, 62-02 5-37 kg, 162-65 4-40 cm, 19-14 3-29% body fat) performed two combinations: step choreography before resistance training, where resistance training was divided into two blocks of analysis (10 min each); and step choreography divided into three equal blocks (10 min for each block), before, in the middle and after resistance exercise. There were significant differences (P<0-05) between the two sessions in oxygen uptake postexercise in the period of 0–5 min. A significant increase (P<0-0001) in the oxygen uptake absolute and relative in the heart rate between blocks 1 and 2 of resistance exercise in the two sessions was observed. In the step choreography in blocks, a significant (P = 0-001) decrease between blocks 2 and 3 in the step choreography before resistance exercise and a significant (P<0-05) increase in the heart rate in both sessions between blocks were observed. The combination of step choreography and resistance exercises during the same exercise session is a good strategy to promote an elevation of women’s oxygen uptake during and after an exercise session, independent of the sequence used.
ISSN: 14750961
Other Identifiers: 14750961
Document Type: Article
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