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標題: 單重態氧能量對跑步經濟性的影響
The Influence of Singlet Oxygen Energy on Running Economy
作者: 楊曉莉
Hsiao-Li Yang
關鍵字: 單重態氧能量;跑步經濟性;最大攝氧量;休息代謝率;Singlet oxygen energy;running economy;maximal oxygen uptake;resting metabolic ratio
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Introduction: Singlet oxygen is produced in the physiological metabolic reactions of various biological systems. The energy released by singlet oxygen was found to increase the antioxidant activity in animal study. In human trials, inhaling the energy released by singlet oxygen before exercise was found to reduce heart rate and blood lactate after exercise and to improve endurance exercise performance. To use energy effectively during endurance exercise is one of the key factor for performance. The purpose of this study was to influence running economy in an enriched singlet oxygen energy environment.
Methods: The study was used a randomized crossover design. Ten active, untrained adults underwent a three-stage trial in a normal(N)environment and singlet oxygen energy(SOE) environment, including 5-minute resting metabolic rate test, submaximal test, and Maximum oxygen uptake test.
Results: The results show that the running energy consumption during submaximal test is lower in SOE environment than that of the N environment, indicating better running economy. Ventilation, respiratory exchange ratio, metabolic equivalent, resting heart rate and VO2max were found no significant difference between SOE environment and N environment.
Conclusion: The current study suggested that exercise in SOE environment improved the energy consumption during exercise. It may be applied to training for a better training quality from energy expenditure perspective. Consequently, it may influence endurance exercise performance.
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