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Determination of the maximum accumulated oxygen deficit using only one session of supramaximal exercise on a cycle ergometer

Grant number: 14/02829-5
Support type:Scholarships in Brazil - Master
Effective date (Start): August 01, 2014
Effective date (End): July 31, 2016
Field of knowledge:Health Sciences - Physical Education
Principal Investigator:Alessandro Moura Zagatto
Grantee:Willian Eiji Miyagi
Home Institution: Instituto de Biociências (IB). Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Rio Claro. Rio Claro , SP, Brazil

Abstract

The anaerobic capacity (AnC) is defined as the maximum amount of ATP that can be resynthesized by anaerobic metabolism and has been considered an important physiologic parameter for sports activities of anaerobic characteristics. The maximum accumulated oxygen deficit (MAOD) is the most widely accepted procedure for determination of AnC, but due to the great expense of time required for its determination (10 to 20 sessions of submaximal exercise and one supramaximal), its application becomes limited and impractical in sports training routine. The objective of this study is to verify the validity, reproducibility and sensitivity of a procedure for determining the MAOD in just one session of supramaximal exercise on a cycle ergometer, which will be called MAODRED. The project will be implemented in three stages: In the first study, the aim is to verify the validity and effect of the intensity of the supramaximal exercise in determining MAODRED on cycle ergometer. The MAODRED determined by eight different supramaximal exercises will be compared to conventional MAOD. In the study 2, the aim is to investigate the reproducibility of MAODRED and its association with other anaerobic performance parameters on a cycle ergometer, as the Wingate test. In the study 3, the objective is to verify the sensitivity of MAODRED in discriminating individuals with different levels of performance on cycle ergometer (sedentary, moderately active and trained) as well as the effect of different levels of anaerobic fitness alactic altered by supplementation of caffeine and placebo.

Scientific publications (6)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
MIYAGI, WILLIAN E.; BERTUZZI, ROMULO C.; NAKAMURA, FABIO Y.; DE POLI, RODRIGO A. B.; ZAGATTO, ALESSANDRO M. Effects of Caffeine Ingestion on Anaerobic Capacity in a Single Supramaximal Cycling Test. FRONTIERS IN NUTRITION, v. 5, SEP 20 2018. Web of Science Citations: 1.
REDKVA, PAULO EDUARDO; MIYAGI, WILLIAN EIJI; MILIONI, FABIO; ZAGATTO, ALESSANDRO MOURA. Anaerobic capacity estimated by the sum of both oxygen equivalents from the glycolytic and phosphagen pathways is dependent on exercise mode: Running versus cycling. PLoS One, v. 13, n. 9 SEP 13 2018. Web of Science Citations: 2.
ZAGATTO, ALESSANDRO M.; NAKAMURA, FABIO Y.; MILIONI, FABIO; MIYAGI, WILLIAN E.; DE POLI, RODRIGO A. B.; PADULO, JOHNNY; BRAGAZZI, NICOLA L.; PAPOTI, MARCELO. The sensitivity of the alternative maximal accumulated oxygen deficit method to discriminate training status. JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCES, v. 35, n. 24, p. 2453-2460, 2017. Web of Science Citations: 4.
BONETTI DE POLI, RODRIGO DE ARAUJO; MIYAGI, WILLIAN EIJI; NAKAMURA, FABIO YUZO; ZAGATTO, ALESSANDRO MOURA. Caffeine Improved Time to Exhaustion But Did Not Change Alternative Maximal Accumulated Oxygen Deficit Estimated During a Single Supramaximal Running Bout. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT NUTRITION AND EXERCISE METABOLISM, v. 26, n. 6, p. 549-557, DEC 2016. Web of Science Citations: 8.
ZAGATTO, A. M.; BERTUZZI, R.; MIYAGI, W. E.; PADULO, J.; PAPOTI, M. MAOD Determined in a Single Supramaximal Test: a Study on the Reliability and Effects of Supramaximal Intensities. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE, v. 37, n. 9, p. 700-707, AUG 2016. Web of Science Citations: 15.
PINHEIRO BRISOLA, GABRIEL MOTTA; MIYAGI, WILLIAN EIJI; DA SILVA, HENRIQUE SANTOS; ZAGATTO, ALESSANDRO MOURA. Sodium bicarbonate supplementation improved MAOD but is not correlated with 200-and 400-m running performances: a double-blind, crossover, and placebo-controlled study. APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY NUTRITION AND METABOLISM, v. 40, n. 9, p. 931-937, SEP 2015. Web of Science Citations: 15.
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