Overall and differentiated ratings of perceived exertion at the respiratory compensation threshold: effects of gender and mode

@article{Green2003OverallAD,
  title={Overall and differentiated ratings of perceived exertion at the respiratory compensation threshold: effects of gender and mode},
  author={J. Green and T. Crews and A. Bosak and W. Peveler},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={89},
  pages={445-450}
}
Research on gender differences in ratings of perceived exertion (RPE) has been equivocal with few studies comparing exercise modes and differentiated RPE. The current study examined gender differences in overall and differentiated RPE at the respiratory compensation threshold (RCT) during cycling and treadmill exercise. Each minute during a maximal treadmill and maximal cycling test, men (n=18) and women (n=16) estimated RPE corresponding to overall (RPE-O), legs (RPE-L), and breathing/chest… Expand
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