Hi everyone i need your help in this exercise physiology lab its about Anaerobic Power & Capacity . see the details below and the file that i did all the work should be in one pdf file in the end of the work :
The Wingate Anaerobic Capacity Test (WAnT) is a high intensity cycling test that requires a power level that is 2-4x the participant’s VO2max. The WAnT was developed as a test to determine a participant’s peak anaerobic power, anaerobic capacity (mean anaerobic power), total work, and fatigue index. The difference between peak anaerobic power and anaerobic capacity is described by the inclusion of a time factor. Peak anaerobic power (AnP) refers to the maximal (peak) power achieved during the test and is expressed in Watts. Anaerobic capacity (AnC) refers to the average power output accomplished over the entire 30 seconds of the test and is a calculation of the total resistance placed on the cycle flywheel and the distance covered during the testing period (circumference of the flywheel x the number of flywheel revolutions), measured in Newton meters or Joules (1 N-m = 1J). The fatigue index reflects the degree of fatigue over the course of the 30-second test and is presented as a percent decrease in power output. A higher fatigue index is due to the inability to maintain the power output over the duration of the test. High scores of the Wingate test are meant to indicate high anaerobic fitness. Some of the factors reportedly associated with the higher (better) scores are 1) greater capacity to produce lactate, (2) greater phosphagen and/or creatine stores, (3) greater buffering capacity, (4) a combination of greater motivation and tolerance to discomfort. Outside of the lab setting, the 35-Meter Running Anaerobic Sprint Test (35-m RAST) can be used to evaluate muscular endurance by observing sprint performance decrement over time. Like the WAnT, the 35-m RAST can be used to assess power and fatigue.
see the file attached AND the information about what we did in the lab is in the excel file
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