Individual variability in heart rate recovery after standardized submaximal exercise

Hendrike van der Does, Michel Brink, Chris Visscher, Koen Lemmink

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Abstract

To optimize performance, coaches and athletes are always looking for the right balance between training load and recovery. Therefore, closely monitoring of athletes is important. Heart rate recovery (HRR) after standardized sub maximal exercise has been proposed as a useful variable to monitor (Lamberts et al., 2004). However, it is well known that heart rate, next to biological variability, is influenced by several factors such as training load and psychosocial stress. So, the purpose was to look at individual variability in HRR from one week to another using the heart rate interval monitoring system (HIMS). Methods Eight elite Dutch female indoor hockey players (age: 23.9±3.91yr, length: 155.0±7.01cm, weight: 56.6±6.16kg) completed the HIMS two weeks in a row (Lamberts et al., 2004). The heart rate at the end of the last stage (HRend) was determined and the HRR was calculated one minute after the end of the last stage. Furthermore, training load and psychosocial stress and recovery were monitored using the Foster-method (1998) and the RESTQ-Sport (Nederhof et al., 2008), respectively. Results A strong correlation was found between the HRend from one week to the other (r=0.984 p.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Event17th annual congress of the European College of Sport Science - Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Brussels, Belgium
Duration: 4 Jul 20127 Jul 2012
Conference number: 17th

Conference

Conference17th annual congress of the European College of Sport Science
Abbreviated titleECSS 2012
CountryBelgium
CityBrussels
Period4/07/127/07/12

Keywords

  • heart rate measurement
  • sport

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van der Does, H., Brink, M., Visscher, C., & Lemmink, K. (2012). Individual variability in heart rate recovery after standardized submaximal exercise. Poster session presented at 17th annual congress of the European College of Sport Science, Brussels, Belgium.
van der Does, Hendrike ; Brink, Michel ; Visscher, Chris ; Lemmink, Koen. / Individual variability in heart rate recovery after standardized submaximal exercise. Poster session presented at 17th annual congress of the European College of Sport Science, Brussels, Belgium.1 p.
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van der Does, H, Brink, M, Visscher, C & Lemmink, K 2012, 'Individual variability in heart rate recovery after standardized submaximal exercise' 17th annual congress of the European College of Sport Science, Brussels, Belgium, 4/07/12 - 7/07/12, .

Individual variability in heart rate recovery after standardized submaximal exercise. / van der Does, Hendrike; Brink, Michel; Visscher, Chris; Lemmink, Koen.

2012. Poster session presented at 17th annual congress of the European College of Sport Science, Brussels, Belgium.

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