Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Changes in Different Body Figures during Submaximal Exercise
Yi Rujia, Zhang Jianan, Ye Xiaolu, Xie Yong, Zou Fengyuan
Available Online November 2013.
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- Body figure; TVI; female; blood pressure; heart rate
- In order to analyze blood pressure and heart rate changes during submaximal exercise in different body figures, 36 female college students underwent treadmill exercise with heart rate being monitored and blood pressure measured before, immediately after and 10 minutes after exercise. Correlation analysis between body mass index, bust and waist variation, torso volume index and relevant parameters demonstrated results that, body mass index is superior to other indexes as a predictor of rest HR and BP responses; BWV was a better predictor of peak HR and average HR during exercise; TVI better predicts HR recovery after exercise. When stratified by torso volume index, people with normal weight tend to perform better than other groups.
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TY - CONF AU - Yi Rujia AU - Zhang Jianan AU - Ye Xiaolu AU - Xie Yong AU - Zou Fengyuan PY - 2013/11 DA - 2013/11 TI - Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Changes in Different Body Figures during Submaximal Exercise BT - 3rd International Conference on Multimedia Technology(ICMT-13) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmt-13.2013.40 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmt-13.2013.40 ID - Rujia2013/11 ER -