Fit-climbing test: a field test for indoor Rock climbing (2012)
- USP affiliated authors: BERTUZZI, RÔMULO CÁSSIO DE MORAES - EEFE ; FRANCHINI, EMERSON - EEFE ; TRICOLI, VALMOR ALBERTO AUGUSTO - EEFE ; KISS, MARIA AUGUSTA PEDUTI DAL MOLIN - EEFE
- USP Schools: EEFE; EEFE; EEFE; EEFE
- Subjects: TESTES EM EDUCAÇÃO FÍSICA E ESPORTES; ATIVIDADE FÍSICA; ANTROPOMETRIA
- Language: Inglês
- Abstract: The aim of this study was to develop an indoor rockclimbing test on an artificial wall (Fit-climbing test). Thirteen climbers (elite group [EG] = 6; recreational group [RG] = 7) performed the following tests: (a) familiarization in the Fitclimbing test, (b) the Fit-climbing test, and (c) a retest to evaluate the Fit-climbing test’s reliability. Gas exchange, blood lactate concentration, handgrip strength, and heart rate were measured during the test. Oxygen uptake during the Fit-climbing test was not different between groups (EG = 8.4 6 1.1 L; RG = 7.9 6 1.5 L, p . 0.05). The EG performance (120 6 7 movements) was statistically higher than the RG climbers’ performance (786 13 movements) during the Fit-climbing test. Consequently, the oxygen cost per movement during the Fit-climbing test of the EG was significantly lower than that of the RG (p , 0.05). Handgrip strength was higher in the EG when compared with that in the RG in both pre-Fit- and post-Fit-climbing test (p , 0.05). There were no significant differences in any other variables analyzed during the Fit-climbing test (p . 0.05). Furthermore, the performance in the Fit-climbing test presented high reliability (intraclass correlation coefficient = 0.97). Therefore, the performance during the Fit-climbing test may be an alternative to evaluate rock climbers because of its specificity and relation to oxygen cost per movement during climbing
Título: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
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ABNTBERTUZZI, Rômulo Cássio de Moraes; FRANCHINI, Émerson; TRICOLI, Valmor Alberto Augusto; et al. Fit-climbing test: a field test for indoor Rock climbing. Journal of strength and conditioning research, Champaign, v. 26, n. ju 2012, p. 1558-1563, 2012.
APABertuzzi, R. C. de M., Franchini, É., Tricoli, V. A. A., Lima-Silva, A. E., De Oliveira Pires, F., Okuno, N. M., & Kiss, M. A. P. D. (2012). Fit-climbing test: a field test for indoor Rock climbing. Journal of strength and conditioning research, 26( ju 2012), 1558-1563.
NLMBertuzzi RC de M, Franchini É, Tricoli VAA, Lima-Silva AE, De Oliveira Pires F, Okuno NM, Kiss MAPD. Fit-climbing test: a field test for indoor Rock climbing. Journal of strength and conditioning research. 2012 ; 26( ju 2012): 1558-1563.
VancouverBertuzzi RC de M, Franchini É, Tricoli VAA, Lima-Silva AE, De Oliveira Pires F, Okuno NM, Kiss MAPD. Fit-climbing test: a field test for indoor Rock climbing. Journal of strength and conditioning research. 2012 ; 26( ju 2012): 1558-1563.
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