THE METABOLIC COST OF SLOW GRADED TREADMILL WALKING WITH A WEIGHTED VEST IN UNTRAINED FEMALES

@inproceedings{McCormick2014THEMC,
  title={THE METABOLIC COST OF SLOW GRADED TREADMILL WALKING WITH A WEIGHTED VEST IN UNTRAINED FEMALES},
  author={James Jeremy McCormick},
  year={2014}
}
Introduction: Treadmill walking is a commonly chosen exercise routine due its accessibility, low cost, and health benefits. For beginning exercisers or those with conditions that limit walking speeds, modifications to walking programs are needed to facilitate cardiorespiratory improvement. Purpose: To examine how oxygen consumption (VO2), relative exercise intensity (%APHRM), and rating of perceived exertion (RPE) are affected while using a weighted vest during slow inclined treadmill walking… CONTINUE READING

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