Aerobic Capacity

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What is Aerobic Capacity?
The ability to take in, transport and use oxygen to sustain prolonged periods of aerobic/sub-maximals work
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What are the five main factors that affect VO2 max?
Four Body Systems, Heredity, Specify of training, Gender, Age
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What are the four body systems?
Cardiovascular system, Respiratory System, Vascular System, Muscular System
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What is the average VO2 Max values for both female and male non-athlete?
Male: 45-54 ml/kg/min Female: 36-44 ml/kg/min
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What is the average VO2 Max vaules for both female and male cyclists?
Male: 62-74 (ml/kg/min) Female: 47-57 (ml/kg/min)
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What are the 4 tests that measure your VO2 Max?
Physical Working Capacity Test (PWC 170) or Multi-Stage Fitness Test (MSFT) or Cooper 12 Minute Run Test or Douglas bag test
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For Female Athletes (17-20), what is an excellent score on the Cooper 12 Minute Run Test?
>2300m
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