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01:377:371 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Joule, Tamil EelamExam


Department
Exercise Scienc
Course Code
01:377:371
Professor
B Mcfadden
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determine the relationship between a subject's heart rate response and his/her
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Women:
V02max
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Women:
V02max
(ml/kg/min) = 4.38 x T - 3.9
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V02max
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V02max
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