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CONSUMO EXTRA DE OXIGÊNIO APÓS EXERCÍCIOS AQUÁTICOS, EM CICLOERGOMETRO E DE RESISTÊNCIA

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Author(s): Renan Marcondes Porto | Jair Rodrigues Garcia Junior

Journal: Colloquium Vitae
ISSN 1984-6436

Volume: 3;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 44;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Oxygen consumption | Exercise | Expenditure energetic | EPOC | Training

ABSTRACT
The excess of post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) represents an energy expenditure added to exercise´s energy expenditure, so, it was been measured by hours after practice of different exercises. The aim of this study was to review, describe, compair and discuss EPOC resulting of water, cycle ergometer and resistance exercises practice. It was carried out a search by papers on index basis, selecting mainly these ones published after 2006. It was observed several factors that take effects on EPOC, mainly exercise intensity and duration. Exercise intensity on 70% of VO2 máx. and duration of 60 min induces the higher effects on EPOC. Duration of EPOC can be extend by 2 h until 48 h and the oxygen consumption can be reach 23 L or 114 Kcal, after resistance exercise. On cycle ergometer with intensity of 60% of VO2 máx. and duration of 20 min, average EPOC on first 16 min of recovery is 2.9 L/min. As the intensity and duration show large variation on studied exercises, it is difficult the comparision, however, the results indicated that EPOC is higher on water exercises, followed by cycle ergometer and resistance exercises. Thus, it is concluded that EPOC is influenced by several factors, mainly exercise type, intensity and duration. These two last ones can make EPOC represent additional oxygen consumption as 10-20% to oxygen consuption during exercise.
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