Energy Expenditure In Swimming
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"Mercredi 09 janv 2019"
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Prepared by: Tiago M. Barbosa
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4500 m250m
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925520s7420s
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0.8152173913m/s0.5952380952m/s
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Front CrawlBackstroke
Breaststroke
Butterfly
Instructions:
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PaceTime
1. Select the tecnhique (Front crawl, Backstroke, Breaststroke or Butterfly)
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Speed [m/s]0.820.560.600.60
2. If you swim more than one tecnhique compute the energy expenditure of each one and at the end sum it
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Distance [m]4,500.000.00250.000.00
3. Red cells are input data; Blue cells are outputs & calculations
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RER0.850.850.850.85
4. Do not edit the blue cells. It includes several formulas
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5. Insert the speed (in meters per seconds)
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Energy cost [kJ/m]0.480.310.810.31
6. Insert the distance covered (e.g. the race distance or the training volume per session; in meters)
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Energy cost [kJ]2,168.12Grams carb per hour out0.00202.270.00
7. Insert the RER (respiratory exchange ratio). If you swim at a:
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NutritionEnergy cost [kcal]566.52518.1821.590.0048.340.00Slow pace
(e.g. A1 band - warm-up, recovery, cool-down sets):
RER = 0.7
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Moderate pace
(e.g. A2 band - aerobic capacity sets):
RER = 0.85
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ECHO [kJ]1,036.930.480.0096.740.00Intense pace
(e.g. A3 band - aerobic power, VO2max sets):
RER = 1.00
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EFAT [kJ]1,131.190.520.00105.530.00
8. Blue cells between rows 15-17 provide us the total energy cost (in kJ/m, kJ and kcal)
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Grams per hour
9. Blue cells between rows 19 and 20 provides the contribution of carbs (CHO) and fat (FAT) to total energy cost
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CHO [g]60.2910.330.005.620.00
10. Blue cells between rows 22 and 23 provides the amount of carbs (in grams) and fat (in grams) that is needed to fuel
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FAT [g]29.081.200.002.710.00
11. If you get a negative value for CHO or FAT, that should be consider as zero. I.e., that fuel source is not being used,
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so it is 0kJ or 0g
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Source: Zamparo P, Bonifazi M (2013). Bioenergetics of cycling sports activities in water.
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In: Bagchi D, Nair S, Sen CK (eds). Nutrition and enhanced sports performance. pp 143-150.
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4.184100418Elsevier. Oxford
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PS - for a costumized and more accurate evaluation please
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look for the assistance of a certificated professional
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