Gender comparison of peak oxygen uptake: repetitive box lifting versus treadmill running

@article{Nindl1997GenderCO,
  title={Gender comparison of peak oxygen uptake: repetitive box lifting versus treadmill running},
  author={Bradley C. Nindl and Marilyn A. Sharp and Robert P. Mello and Valerie J. Rice and Michelle M. Murphy and John F. Patton},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={77},
  pages={112-117}
}
The gender differences in peak oxygen uptake (V˙O2peak) for various modes of exercise have been examined previously; however, no direct gender comparisons have been made during repetitive lifting (RL). In the present study the V˙O2peak between RL and treadmill running (TR) was compared between 20 men [mean (SD) age, height, body mass and body fat: 21 (3) years, 1.79 (0.06) m, 81 (9) kg, 19 (6)%, respectively] and 20 women [mean (SD) age, height, body mass and body fat: 21 (3) years, 1.63 (0.05… CONTINUE READING

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