incremental exercise

incremental exercise

exercise at gradually increasing intensity, usually achieved by stepwise increments at regular intervals, e.g. on a treadmill (incremental run) or cycle ergometer. Term may also be applied to the shuttle test, where the intervals inevitably decrease as speed increases. See also Bruce protocol.
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Characterizing the profile of muscle deoxygenation during ramp incremental exercise in young men.
Group A subjects performed an incremental exercise on the Treadmill (RMS, Ambala) connected to a computer software.
Increasing the exercise intensity may thus reflect a reduction in HRV during the initial stages of a maximal incremental exercise test, thereafter a significant PNS activation withdrawal occurs between 50% - 60% of the maximal oxygen uptake (V[O.
During incremental exercise there exist three domains of exercise intensity separated by two thresholds (Tschakert and Hofmann, 2013).
Lactate threshold and onset of blood lactate accumulation during incremental exercise after dietary modifications.
Influence of muscle fiber type and fitness on the oxygen uptake/power output slope during incremental exercise in humans.
Incremental exercise tests (IET) were carried out before (pretest) and after (posttest) training.
An incremental exercise test has been used in many cardiology departments throughout the developed world to aid in both diagnosis and prognosis of heart failure.
For example, engaging citizens in national and municipal elections and in the nascent Municipal Councils and the incremental exercise of legislative and auditing powers vested in the Omani Parliament (Majlis Oman), especially Majlis Al Shura," said Al Haribi.
2]), and maximal cycling workload during incremental exercise and that these differences would be greater than those seen in nondisabled controls.
13 Traditionally an incremental exercise testing to a symptom limited maximum has been used to obtain the VE/VCO2 slope.

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