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Relationship between heart rate and oxygen intake quantity and running pace in 1500 meter running



Relationship between heart rate and oxygen intake quantity and running pace in 1500 meter running



Bulletin of the College of General Education Nagoya City University (Natural Science Section) 29: 11-16



A record for 1500-m running was made, and maximum heart rate and maximum O2 intake quantity were measured. Heart rate and O2 intake quantity were also measured in the laboratory, during and after running conducted at 95% pace for a distance equivalent to 1500 m, and the reaction to input conditions was examined. Similarly, 95, 90 and 85% paces were done in the field, and their corresponding heart rate responses were examined. Heart rate responses which nearly correspond with input conditions were obtained both indoors and out. Responses were slightly lower than input conditions as exercise intensities decreased. Large allowances in O2 intake were observed, responses being considerably lower than input conditions.

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