Relationship between maximum aerobic power and resting metabolic rate in young adult women.

@article{Smith1997RelationshipBM,
  title={Relationship between maximum aerobic power and resting metabolic rate in young adult women.},
  author={D. Smith and J. Dollman and R. Withers and M. Brinkman and J. Keeves and D. Clark},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={82 1},
  pages={
          156-63
        }
}
The literature is inconclusive as to the chronic effect of aerobic exercise on resting metabolic rate (RMR), and furthermore there is a scarcity of data on young women. Thirty-four young women exhibiting a wide range of aerobic fitness [maximum aerobic power (VO2max) = 32.3-64.8 ml.kg-1.min-1] were accordingly measured for RMR by the Douglas bag method, treadmill VO2max, and fat-free mass (FFM) by using Siri's three-compartment model. The interclass correlation (n = 34) between RMR (kJ/h) and… Expand
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