Reliability and Validity of a 20-s Alternative to the Wingate Anaerobic Test in Team Sport Male Athletes

@inproceedings{Attia2014ReliabilityAV,
  title={Reliability and Validity of a 20-s Alternative to the Wingate Anaerobic Test in Team Sport Male Athletes},
  author={Ahmed Attia and Youn{\'e}s Hachana and Helmi Chaabene and Abdelmajid Gaddour and Zied Neji and Roy Jesse Shephard and Mohamed Souhaiel Chelly},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
The intent of this study was to evaluate relative and absolute reliability of the 20-s anaerobic test (WAnT20) versus the WAnT30 and to verify how far the various indices of the 30-s Wingate anaerobic test (WAnT30) could be predicted from the WAnT20 data in male athletes. The participants were Exercise Science majors (age: 21.5±1.6 yrs, stature: 0.183±0.08 m, body mass: 81.2±10.9 kg) who participated regularly in team sports. In Phase I, 41 participants performed duplicate WAnT20 and WAnT30… CONTINUE READING
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