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The effect of exercise intensity on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) in normal fat and obese women

The effect of exercise intensity on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) in normal fat and obese women

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Exercise for women -- Physiological aspects,
  • Oxygen in the body,
  • Energy metabolism,
  • Overweight women

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Christine A. Melton.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 47 leaves
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13598162M
    OCLC/WorldCa31625741

    Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption Following Continuous and Interval Cycling Exercise William McGarvey, Richard Jones, and Stewart Petersen The purpose of this investigation was to examine the effect of interval (INT) and continuous (CON) cycle exercise on excess post-exercise oxygen con-sumption (EPOC).File Size: KB.   Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption is affected by the duration and intensity of the training load. In short, your body isn’t able to bring in enough oxygen during periods of hard work; therefore, you accumulate a “debt” of oxygen that must be .

      The purpose of this study was to reveal any association between cardiorespiratory fitness level and excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) using three cycling protocols with varying degrees of exercise intensity, i.e., sprint interval training (SIT), high-intensity interval aerobic training (HIAT), and continuous aerobic training (CAT). Ten healthy men, aged 20 to 31 years, attended a Cited by:   The concept this fitness professional is getting at is excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC), also sometimes referred to as the exercise “afterburn.” It has been described as a major player in weight management and weight loss, as well as a benefit of high-intensity exercise.

    Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC, informally called afterburn) is a measurably increased rate of oxygen intake following strenuous historical contexts the term "oxygen debt" was popularized to explain or perhaps attempt to quantify anaerobic energy expenditure, particularly as regards lactic acid/lactate metabolism; [citation needed] in fact, the term "oxygen debt" is. Published studies using HIIT, however, focus primarily on bicycle ergometer or treadmill-based exercises, with very limited research on the effects of functional exercise such as that used during whole-body HIIT, on heart rate and post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC).Cited by: 1.


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The effect of exercise intensity on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) in normal fat and obese women Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the recovery period after exercise there is an increase in oxygen uptake termed the ‘excess post-exercise oxygen consumption’ (EPOC), consisting of a rapid and a prolonged component. Recovery from a bout of exercise is associated with an elevation in metabolism referred to as the excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC).

A number of investigators in the first half of the Recovery from a bout of exercise is associated with an elevation in metabolism referred to as the excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC).

A number of investigators in the first half of the Cited by: The O2 deficit, 8 h excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) and EPOC:O2 deficit ratio were calculated for all subjects relative to mean values obtained from 2 control days each lasting by: The effects of exercise intensity and duration on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) were examined.

Eight males exercised in a thermoneutral environment at 60% of maximal aerobic power (V02max> for 30 min and performed the same total work at 80% and 40%.

V02max. by varying exercise : Heather Sloman. exercise of greater intensity has been shown to facilitate increased excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) when compared to exercise of lower intensity, resulting in a greater overall. Nine males with mean maximal oxygen consumption ($$\\dot V_{O_2 \\max } $$) = ml kg−1 min−1, SD and mean body fat = %, SD each completed nine counterbalanced treatments compris 50 and 80 min of treadmill exercise at 30, 50 and 70% $$\\dot V_{O_2 \\max } $$.

The OZ deficit, 8 h excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) Cited by:   After exercise, there is an increase in O2 consumption termed the excess postexercise O2 consumption (EPOC).

In this study, we have examined the effec Cited by: Concerning the acute effect, it is well established that the post-exercise O 2 consumption immediately returns to the resting indi-ces.

Such energetic demand during the post-exercise recovery period is known as “Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption” – EPOC(3). The excess post-exercise oxygen consumption consists of a fast. METHODS: Thirty-eight moderately trained runners completed min bouts of treadmill exercise at 60, 70 and 80% of maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) and four different recovery measurements were determined: the magnitude of excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOCMAG), the time constant of the oxygen consumption recovery curve (EPOCτ), heart rate recovery within 1 min (HRR60s) Cited by: A study was conducted to examine the effects of exercise intensity on the duration and magnitude of excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) in seven young women who were in the same phase of the menstrual cycle.

The subjects exercised on separate days for 30min at an intensity Author: 内田 和宏, 今村 裕行, 宮本 徳子, 城田 知子. The effect of exercise intensity and excess postexercise oxygen consumption on postprandial blood lipids in physically inactive men.

Laurel A. Littlefield,* a Zacharias Papadakis, a Katie M. Rogers, a José Moncada-Jiménez, b J. Kyle Taylor, c Peter W. Grandjean aCited by: 3. The amount of oxygen our body consumes following a bout of exercise that is in excess of the pre-exercise oxygen consumption baseline level.

Essentially, our body uses more oxygen after exercise than before exercise, and we expend more calories during our recovery from exercise than we do before exercise.

Effect of exercise intensity, duration and mode on post-exercise oxygen consumption. The acronym stands for excess post-exercise oxygen consumption, and it refers to the increased level of O2 your body consumes and calories it burns in order to recover from working out.

Background. For unknown reasons, interval training often reduces body weight more than energy-expenditure matched continuous training. We compared the acute effects of time-duration and oxygen-consumption matched interval- vs.

continuous exercise on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC), substrate oxidation rates and lipid metabolism in the hours following exercise Cited by: 8. Oxygen was thought to have been "borrowed" during the onset of exercise and this excess oxygen was used to resynthesize ATP and PC and replace tissue stores of O2.

EPOC Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption. Zurück zum Zitat Gore CJ, Withers RT. The effect of exercise intensity and duration on the oxygen deficit and excess post-exercise oxygen consumption.

Eur J Appl Physiol ; –74 CrossRef Gore CJ, Withers RT. The effect of exercise intensity and duration on the oxygen deficit and excess post-exercise oxygen consumption.

Effect of exercise intensity on post-exercise oxygen consumption and heart rate recovery. European Journal of Applied Physiology, (9), Paoli, A., et al. Exercising fasting or fed to enhance fat loss. Influence of food intake on respiratory ratio and excess postexercise oxygen consumption after a bout of endurance training.

Short, K.R. and D.A. Sedlock. Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption and recovery rate in trained and untrained subjects. Journal of Applied Physiology, 83(1), Smith, J.

and McNaughton, L. The effects of intensity of exercise on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption and energy expenditure in moderately trained men and women.

Increased oxygen consumption requires energy, so EPOC means that you burn calories even after an exercise bout. The purpose of EPOC is to restore the body to its resting state and create physiological adaptations which will help the body handle the same amount of exercise-related Author: Sharon Gam.

Exercise after-burn, or excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC), refers to the calories expended after exercising. This represents the oxygen consumption above resting levels that the body utilizes to return itself to its pre-exercise state.Exercise Physiology Final Questions study guide by squinn18 includes questions covering vocabulary, terms and more.

Oxygen deficit is ____ and the time of excess post-exercise oxygen consumption is (EPOC) is ____ after a high intensity exercise bout versus a low intensity exercise bout of the same duration. Greater, longer. In the recovery period after exercise there is an increase in oxygen uptake termed the ‘excess post-exercise oxygen consumption’ (EPOC), consisting of a rapid and a prolonged component.

While some studies have shown that EPOC may last for several hours after exercise, others have concluded that EPOC is transient and minimal. The conflicting results may be resolved if Cited by: