The effects of passive or active warm-up upon certain physiological measures

Other than the significantt-values for minute-volume of inspired air, there were no consistent trends toward significant differences in the means for other variables whether subjects warmed passively or actively

E. R. Elbel

2004

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  • Other than the significantt-values for minute-volume of inspired air, there were no consistent trends toward significant differences in the means for other variables whether subjects warmed passively or actively
  • 17 runners in training status for the University of Kansas track squad were used as subjects for this study
  • The purpose was to determine whether significant mean differences in certain physiological measures would result during a treadmill run and during a standard recovery period following active warm-up or passive warm-up
  • The means for minute-volume of inspired air were found to be significantly larger following active warm-up than those following passive warm-up during the 3rd through the 9th min of a ten-minute treadmill run

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