# How do you calculate workload on a cycle ergometer?

## How do you calculate workload on a cycle ergometer?

Power (P) is defined as the amount of work per time unit. Work on a Monark ergometer is calculated as; W = Braking load x Distance Where one revolution on the crank equals six meters in distance and the breaking load is in kiloponds or Newtons.

## What is a work rate problem?

For motion problems, we applied a formula concerning distance, rate, and time: In problems involving the rate of work, we will use a similar approach: Strategy. For a job that can be completed in a certain amount of time t, the rate of work done per unit of time is .

**What HR is VO2 max?**

However, simple linear regression analysis illustrated that there is significantly a linear relationship (vo2 max=404.56-0.648(hr)) between the aerobic capacity and heart beat (R2 = 0.72, P < 0.0001).

### What are the three components to consider when using metabolic equations?

Daily energy expenditure is composed of three major components: 1) resting metabolic rate (RMR); 2) the thermic effect of feeding (TEF); and 3) the thermic effect of activity (TEA). RMR constitutes 60 to 75% of daily energy expenditure and is the energy associated with the maintenance of major body functions.

### How is treadmill work rate calculated?

The treadmill work rate was calculated with the formula WR = mass·g·v·sin (θ), where v is treadmill speed and θ is treadmill angle. The secondary outcomes were incremental exercise duration, the highest treadmill speed and slope and the number of subjects who reached their peak work rate within 8-12 min.

**How to calculate gross VO2 in ACSM 2000?**

Metabolic Equations for Estimating Gross VO2 (ACSM 2000) Exercise mode Gross VO2 (ml·kg-1·min-1) Walking VO2 = (Sa x 0.1) + (S x Gb x 1.8) Running VO2 = (Sa x 0.2) + (S x Gb x 0.9)

## How is body fat percentage measured in ACSM?

For women a health risk begins when they have a waist circumference of 35 inches and for men it is when they have a circumference of 40 inches. Determining body fat percentage with the use of skinfolds is a really accurate way to measure. We use skin calipers to measure these.

## What kind of fitness tests are done at ACSM?

The body composition, including weight, height, BMI, waist and hip circumference, skinfold measures, and bioelectrical impedance. Cardiovascular tests like field tests, step tests, and Submax cycle ergometer tests. Muscular fitness, 1 RM, chest press, partial curl ups, and push-ups. Flexibility like the sit and reach test.

**What’s the ratio of underweight to obesity in ACSM?**

Underweight is less than 18.5 Normal is 18.5 to 24.9 Overweight is 25 to 29.9 Obesity 1 is 30 – 34.9 Obesity 2 is 35 – 39.9 This is a comparison between the circumference of the waist and the hip. The ratio is used to show the body’s distribution of weight and even potentially where body fat is.