The Relationship between Climbing Ability and Physiological Responses to Rock Climbing

@inproceedings{Bal2014TheRB,
  title={The Relationship between Climbing Ability and Physiological Responses to Rock Climbing},
  author={Jiř{\'i} Bal{\'a}{\vs} and Michaela Pan{\'a}{\vc}kov{\'a} and Barbora Strejcov{\'a} and Andrew J Martin and Darryl J. Cochrane and Milo{\vs} Kal{\'a}b and Jan Kodej{\vs}ka and Nick Draper},
  booktitle={TheScientificWorldJournal},
  year={2014}
}
AIM The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between submaximal and maximal physiological responses to rock climbing for climbers of differing abilities. METHODS Twenty-six male climbers performed a submaximal climbing test on a known circuit at 90° (vertical) and 105° (15° overhanging) inclination and speed 25 movements · min(-1). A maximal test was undertaken on a similar circuit at the same speed with inclination increasing by 10° for each successive 3 min stage. RESULTS… CONTINUE READING
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