Bartosz Ochmann

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In this study we employed an Artificial Neuronal Network to analyze the forces flexing the monofin in reaction to water resistance. In addition we selected and characterized key kinematic parameters of leg and monofin movements that define how to use a monofin efficiently and economically to achieve maximum swimming speed. By collecting the data recorded by(More)
The aim of this study was to develop a functional model of monofin swimming by assigning numerical forms to certain technique parameters. The precise determination of optimal foot displacement and monofin strain points toward a model aspect for increasing swimming speed. Eleven professional swimmers were filmed underwater. The kinematic data were then used(More)
In this study, we compared the effects of two different training modalities on maximal oxygen uptake and work output. Participants included 26 well-trained mountain bike cyclists were divided into two groups. The first group trained using a conventional endurance protocol at steady-state (moderate) intensity and variable-intensity (high-moderate-low) free(More)
UNLABELLED Introduction. Patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) have poor physical performance and exercise capacity due to frequent dialysis treatments. Tai Chi exercises can be very useful in the area of rehabilitation of people with ESRD. OBJECTIVES The aim of the study was to assess exercise capacity in ESRD patients participating in 6-month Tai(More)
The purpose of this study was to develop a novel, anaerobic efficiency test in swimming. The concept of this test was build upon the classic Wingate anaerobic test, with the difference that the dependent variables are extracted from an instantaneous speed curve. Twelve highly trained male swimmers, 19.3 (±3.3) years of age, 1.84 (±0.08) m in height, and 77(More)
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