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Respiratory-locomotor coupling during wheelchair propulsion
Written in English
|Statement||by Mary-Lou E. MacDonald.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 109 leaves|
|Number of Pages||109|
The aim of this study was to obtain quantitative results about shoulder contact force during wheelchair lever propulsion when the gear ratio of the lever propulsion mechanism is changing. The effect of the gear ratio on the shoulder contact force was investigated for few different wheelchair loading. For the experiments we designed a special mechatronic wheelchair Cited by: 3. Archive of all online content. July December s; s; s; s; s; s; s; sCited by: 1.
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Get this from a library. Respiratory-locomotor coupling during wheelchair propulsion. [Mary-Lou E MacDonald]. Purpose: In wheelchair racing, respiratory muscles of the rib cage are concomitantly involved in non-ventilatory functions during wheelchair propulsion.
However, the relationship between locomotor-respiratory coupling (LRC: the ratio between push and breathing frequency), respiratory parameters and work efficiency is by: 1.
Data on cardiorespiratory and propulsion technique parameters were obtained from 40 wheelchair basketball players with extensive experience in wheelchair propulsion in six situations: two exercise.
Amazeen PG, Amazeen Respiratory-locomotor coupling during wheelchair propulsion book, Beek PJ () Coupling of breathing and movement during manual wheelchair propulsion. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 27(5): – View Article Google Scholar 4.
Boggs DF () Interactions between locomotion and ventilation in Cited by: Locomotor-respiratory coupling during manual wheelchair propulsion () Save as EndNote; Export to RefWorks; Title: Locomotor-respiratory coupling during manual wheelchair propulsion: Published in: Ergonomics of manual wheelchair propulsion.
The state of the art II, - Publisher: Movement Behavior: Date issued: Access Cited by: 2. Purpose: In wheelchair racing, respiratory muscles of the rib cage are concomitantly involved in non-ventilatory functions during wheelchair propulsion. However, the relationship between locomotor-respiratory coupling (LRC: the ratio between push and breathing frequency), respiratory parameters and work efficiency is unknown.
Therefore, the aim of the present Cited by: 1. Amazeen, P, Amazeen, EL & Beek, PJThe effect on experience on locomotor-respiratory coupling during wheelchair propulsion.
in B Bril, A Ledebt, G Dietrich & A Roby-Brami (eds), Advances in perception-action coupling. Editions EDK, Parijs, pp. Author: P. Amazeen, E.L. Amazeen, P.J. Beek. Locomotor respiratory coupling patterns in humans have been assessed on the basis of the interaction between different physiological and motor subsystems; these interactions have implications for movement economy.
A complex and dynamical systems framework may provide more insight than entrainment into the variability and adaptability of these rhythms and their by: Dynamical coupling between locomotion and respiration.
wheelchair propulsion (Amazeen et al. ) Dynamical coupling between locomotion and respiration. Wheelchair Propulsion The first and most important aspect of wheelchair basketball is the player’s abil-ity to move the wheelchair.
Very simply, if you cannot move your wheelchair to where it needs to be, it does not matter how well you can perform the other skills of the game. However, players spend little time learning how to maximize theirFile Size: 5MB. improved arm movement pattern during both propulsion and recovery phase under normal and extreme conditions.
Chapters 2, 3 and 4 of this thesis are based on the following manuscripts and titles prepared for submission as listed below: • Paper 1: A Procedure for Measuring Manual Wheelchair Propulsion Ability for People with Spinal Cord Injuries.
Respiratory-locomotor coupling during wheelchair propulsion by Mary-Lou E. MacDonald. QP PH MFICHE The effect of bicycle crank arm length on oxygen consumption at a constant workload and cadence by David M.
Morris. This study showed that a square-profile hand rim does not seem to improve the propulsion technique, i.e., among others, diminish the power loss during (de-)coupling, when propelling a wheelchair with a tennis racket in the hand compared to a regular rim after a short practice : Sonja de Groot, Femke Bos, Jorine Koopman, Aldo E.
Hoekstra, Riemer J.K. Vegter. The incremental test involved roller skiing at a constant speed ( km h −1 for the women and km h −1 for the men) for the first four 3-min stages, with a rise in treadmill slope from 4 to 10% with 2% increments; thereafter, speed increased by 1 km h −1 every 3 min while the slope remained at 10%.
The test was terminated when the skier could no longer maintain the by: Type of the Paper (Article) Impact of a hybrid assisted wheelchair propulsion system on motion kinematics during climbing up a slope Bartosz Wieczorek 1*, Łukasz Warguła 1 and Dominik Rybarczyk 1 1 Poznan University of Technology; [email protected] (B.W.); [email protected] (Ł.W.); [email protected] (D.R.)Author: Bartosz Wieczorek, Łukasz Warguła, Dominik Rybarczyk.
muscle function during the push phase of wheelchair propulsion 1 Jeffery W. Rankin, 2 Andrew M. Kwarciak, 2 W. Mark Richter and 1 Richard R. Neptune 1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USAFile Size: KB.
MacDonald MLE, Kirby RL, Nugent ST, MacLeod DA. Locomotor-respiratory coupling during wheelchair propulsion. J Appl PhysiolKirby RL, Joyce BM. The wheelchair as a mobility aid for persons with multiple sclerosis.
NS. Variability of peak shoulder force during wheelchair propulsion in manual wheelchair users with and without shoulder pain Y. Moona, C. Jayaraman b, I.M. Ricea, E.T. Hsiao-Weckslerc,f⁎,a a Department of Kinesiology and Community Health, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, S.
Goodwin Ave., Urbana, ILUSA b Department of. The main goal of this study was to assess whether acute hypoxia modifies the degree of coordination between respiratory and locomotor rhythms during constant workload rowing exercise in order to investigate possible competitive interactions between neuro-mechanical (movement) and chemical (hypoxia) respiratory by: 7.
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Biomechanical studies in wheelchair sports mainly aim at optimising sport performance or preventing sport injuries. The sports performance optimisation question has Cited by: Provides information on the biomechanics in the shoulder that occur during wheelchair propulsion.
NCHPAD (National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability) is the nation’s premier.Joint angles and trunk rotation were analysed during each exercise stage. During submaximal power outputs of 50, 70, and 90 W, oxygen consumption (V O 2) was lowest for 50 rmin –1 and highest for 90 rmin –1 (p Cited by: