Philip E Allsen

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OBJECTIVE To compare the effects of spatting, taping and spatting, taping, and not taping on the amount and rate of inversion of the ankle before and after exercise. DESIGN AND SETTING We filmed subjects at 60 Hz while they stood on a platform that suddenly inverted the right ankle. Five trials were measured before and after a 30-minute period of drills.(More)
The primary purpose of this study was to develop a submaximal field test for the estimation of maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) using a 1-mile track jog. A second purpose was to determine the accuracy of the 1.5-mile run in estimating VO2max for both male and female subjects. VO2max was measured in 149 relatively fit college students (males = 88, females =(More)
The purpose of this study was to develop a single-stage submaximal treadmill jogging test for the estimation of maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max). VO2max was measured in 129 relatively fit individuals (males = 84, females = 45), 18-29 yr, using a maximal treadmill protocol (mean +/- SD; VO2max = 48.3 +/- 6.2 ml.kg-1 x min-1, range = 35.6 to 62.3 ml.kg-1 x(More)
We measured vertical jump, anaerobic power, and shooting accuracy in 18 Division I women basketball players (age 18-22 years) 6 hours following a morning strength training routine called a lift day (LD) and on a control day in which no strength training was performed. Subjects had been strength trained for 4 weeks prior to testing. The strength training(More)
The effect of anabolic steriod treatment on maximum oxygen intake, mile run time, skin fold thickness, body weight, and elbow flexion and knee extension strength was studied. Twenty-one male college students, ages 19-33, engaged in an interval running program six days a week over a three week period. Each subject supplemented their diets with one half(More)
Fourteen young males (mean age 26.7 yrs) were tested to determine if there was an alteration, in the heart rate-oxygen uptake relationship during submaximal cycle ergometer exercise following isokinetic strength training activity as has been documented following high intensity endurance activity. Results indicated that there was a significant increase rate(More)
This study investigated the effect of eccentric training on concentric strength of the quadriceps and hamstring muscles. The dominant legs of 43 college-age males were pretested concentrically using the KIN-COM(R) at speeds of 60 and 180 degrees /sec. Twenty-eight treatment subjects trained eccentrically at one of the testing speeds for a period of eight(More)
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