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Title Development of Wingate Anaerobic Test Norms for Highly-Trained Women
Author BAKER URSULA C., HEATH EDWARD M., SMITH DARLA R., ODEN GARY L.
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Baker UC, Heath EM, Smith DR, Oden GL. Development of Wingate Anaerobic Test Norms for Highly-Trained Women. JEPonline 2011;14(2):68-79. Few studies have produced norms for the Wingate Anaerobic Test (WAnT), which is a test to determine power production. The purpose of this study was to develop normative data for the WAnT using highly-trained women for peak power (PP), mean power (MP), and
fatigue index (FI). One hundred seven highly-trained women (age = 21.6 ± 2.7 yrs; height = 163.4 ± 7.4 cm; body weight = 61.8 ± 9.3 kg) performed one 30-second WAnT against a resistance of 0.085 kp·kg-1 body mass (BM). Normative data tables were generated for absolute and relative values (W, W·kg-1 BM, and W·kg-1 lean BM, respectively) for PP, MP, and FI. The norms for PP and MP produced from this study are considerably higher than previously published norms and more practical
because of the use of highly-trained participants, the higher resistance setting that is recommended for these individuals, and the use of toe stirrups.
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Keywords WAnT, Athletes, Females, Cycle, Mean Power, Peak Power, Fatigue Index
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