Development of ergometer attachment for power and maximum anaerobic power measurement in swimming.

@article{Shionoya1999DevelopmentOE,
  title={Development of ergometer attachment for power and maximum anaerobic power measurement in swimming.},
  author={A Shionoya and T Shibukura and Makoto Koizumi and Tatsuo Shimizu and Kyoji Tachikawa and Masamitsu Hasegawa and Hiroyuki Miyake},
  journal={Applied human science : journal of physiological anthropology},
  year={1999},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={13-21}
}
The ergometer can be a versatile means of measurement if attachments are developed for special purposes or if attachment is developed for multi-uses. In this study, an ergometer attachment for the measurement of power was designed and the measurement of power and the maximum anaerobic power in swimming was tested. A rotation drum was attached to one pedal of an ergometer. The rotation of this drum was synchronized with the rotation of the pedal. One end of a wire for a traction by a swimmer was… CONTINUE READING

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