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Measures of Anaerobic Indicators. An overview. Anaerobic Indices. Not normally measured as an indication of fitness since are not considered to be related to health Are not used in day-to-day life Mainly important in the assessment of athletes

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anaerobic indices
Anaerobic Indices
  • Not normally measured as an indication of fitness since are not considered to be related to health
  • Are not used in day-to-day life
  • Mainly important in the assessment of athletes
  • Defined as the ability to do short-term bursts of high-intensity work.
anaerobic energy production
Anaerobic Energy Production
  • Without Oxygen
  • 1. ATP-PC
  • 2. Glycolysis
lab tests
Lab Tests
  • 1. Margaria-Kalamen
  • 2. Muscle Biopsy
  • 3. Anerobic Sprint Test
  • 4. Sargent Jump Reach Test
  • 5. Manahan-Gutin Step Test
  • 6. Wingate
margaria kalamen
Margaria Kalamen
  • Measures the ability of a subject to climb steps at maximal speed
  • The time it takes to climb from the 3rd to the 9th step in a stairway (usually have switch plates on the steps which determine the start and stop times)
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Margaria Kalamen
  • Usually under 3 seconds so is a test of the phosphagen system
  • Power (kgm/sec) = Work ÷ Time = Force x Distance ÷ Time
  • Force = BW (kg)
  • Distance = sum of step ht (meters)
  • Time = amount of time to climb stairs (sec)
muscle biopsy
Muscle Biopsy
  • Measure anaerobic enzymes
  • Disadvantages
    • painful
    • expensive
    • invasive
    • possibly not representative of the entire muscle
sprint test
Sprint Test
  • Time to run a certain distance (usually 40-60 yards)
sargent jump reach test
Sargent Jump Reach Test
  • Maximal Vertical Jump Test
  • Hard to account for BW so try to include a rate constant for a falling body in the equation
  • Power (kgm/sec) = 2.21 x BW (kg) x jump height (m)
manahan gutin step test
Manahan-Gutin Step Test
  • The number of times a subject can raise their body on a bench in a period of 1 minute
  • Power (kgm/min) = BW (kg) x # steps in 1 minute x Bench ht (m)
wingate cycle ergometer test
Wingate Cycle Ergometer Test
  • Assesses both anaerobic energy systems
  • 30 second test
  • Load = BW (kg) x .075
  • Work (kgm) = load (kg) x # pedal revolutions x 6 meters
anaerobic power
Anaerobic Power
  • Greatest work performed in a 5 second period
  • Reflects the phosphagen system
  • AP (kgm) = highest revs in 5s x 6mx Resistance
  • multiply by 12 to convert to kgm/min
  • divide by 6.12 to convert to Watts
anaerobic capacity
Anaerobic Capacity
  • Reflects glycolytic + phosphagen system
  • AC (kgm) = total revs in 30s x 6m x Resistance
  • multiply by 2 to convert to kgm/min
  • divide by 6.12 to convert to Watts