Physical Education

Thus, we tested ten (10) persons, five (5) female and to other male, aged 20-26 years, both academics students of Physical Education BS, Methodist College of Mary Saint. In applying the tests were found resting heart rates, stress and recovery. A result we obtained significant correlation in the t-test of men and women not already in the table there were significant correlations Pearson. In the comparison of the Cooper test and Balke, it was noticed that adds individuals had to higher results in the Balke due you the motivational factor of the test. In terms of heart there were in significant differences and acts many not to alter the outcome because the subjects to differ little in this variable. We conclude that the factor that most affects the results had been the fitness of each subject, not suffering interference weight and acts.

KEY WORDS: physical assessment, cardiopulmonary capacity test, Balke and Cooper. INTRODUCTION the present work has for purpose to study the functioning of the different tests of oxygen consumption. In such a way the applied tests of Balke and Cooper, if differentiate in fatigue terms, therefore, respectively one is gradual and the other is continuous. In accordance with Garci’a, Magalhes and Imbiriba (2004), the muscular fatigue can be determined as incapacity of the esqueltico muscle in generating high degrees of force or supporting these levels for a definitive time. The fatigue has been suggested as a structure of defense against possible maleficent effect in determined organic and cellular functions, thus protecting the structure of the esqueltica muscular fiber.

Being thus, before irreversible injuries occur, the muscle enters in fatigue. It is important to detach that the fatigue level depends on the type of exercise, duration, intensity, type of enlisted staple fibres, ambient level of training and conditions. For Oliveira (2008), some of the causes of the muscular fatigue are: alterations in the PH; variation in the temperature; alterations of the sanguineous flow; accumulation of lactate and ons of hydrogen; processes of the use and ressntese of creatina fosfato; loss of the homostasis of the ion of Ca2+; muscular injury and estresse oxidativo.