ergometry


Also found in: Dictionary.

ergometry

[ərgom′ətrē]
the study of physical work activity, including that performed by specific muscles or muscle groups. The studies may involve testing with equipment such as stationary bicycles, treadmills, or rowing machines.
References in periodicals archive ?
2] max), physical work capacity, and isometric strength following a controlled, 15-week outpatient aerobic training program using arm and leg ergometry (60% V[O.
2009) Validation of adult OMNI perceived exertion scales for elliptical ergometry (Dissertation).
Exercise capacity was severely limited with a mean maximal distance walked on the 6MWT of 335 [+ or -] 98 m and a mean maximal workload achieved on cycle ergometry of 33 [+ or -] 20 W.
The effect of oral creatine supplementation on the curvature constant parameter of the power-duration curve for cycle ergometry in humans.
The progressive peak arm crank ergometry test was carried out with an arm crank ergometer (Ergometry System 280, Elema Schonanden, Sweden).
Monitored sessions consisted of ambulating on treadmills, stationary biking, upper extremity ergometry, free weights, and an educational session.
We hypothesized that there would be a decrease or no difference in CO with increasing exercise intensity during leg ergometry in those with larger leg muscle mass compared with those with smaller leg muscle mass.
Although a lower efficiency can be considered of little consequence for stationary cycling ergometry [24], it is not beneficial for outdoor cycle systems that have recently been developed.
2000) Cadence, power and muscle activation in cycle ergometry.
These results are in agreement with previously published reports of the effects of FES cycle ergometry on these same outcomes [22,41-42].
Due to the technical limitations of measuring respiratory and blood parameters during swimming, the impact of RBF on physiological parameters has been investigated during cycle ergometry test (Kapus et al.
Specific ergometry in the functional assessment of top class sportsmen.