Event Title

High-Intensity Interval Training among College Athletes: Can Less be More?

Presentation Type

Poster

Department

Kinesiology

Event Website

https://obu.edu/virtualscholarsday.php

Description

The study will compare high-intensity training in 30 minutes to lower intensity training. On the first day, ten volunteers will be given a high-intensity interval workout plan. The heart rate will be checked before and after the workout plan. This will allow the researcher to compare the two heart rates and come up with an answer to the impact caused by the workout plan on the volunteers. The participants will also be asked about their current physical, emotional, and mental state before they are also asked about their sleeping and meal patterns. These data will also enable the researchers to determine which workout plan benefits the athletes the most.

Comments

This poster and paper were presented as part of the Biomechanical Analysis course (KIN 4043) taught by Dr. Terry DeWitt.

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High-Intensity Interval Training among College Athletes: Can Less be More?

The study will compare high-intensity training in 30 minutes to lower intensity training. On the first day, ten volunteers will be given a high-intensity interval workout plan. The heart rate will be checked before and after the workout plan. This will allow the researcher to compare the two heart rates and come up with an answer to the impact caused by the workout plan on the volunteers. The participants will also be asked about their current physical, emotional, and mental state before they are also asked about their sleeping and meal patterns. These data will also enable the researchers to determine which workout plan benefits the athletes the most.

https://scholarlycommons.obu.edu/scholars_day_conference/2020/education/7