A physiological comparison of passive versus active recovery on subsequent performance

Fundamentals of sport and exercise science

A physiological comparison of passive versus active recovery on subsequent performance 1250 Words The assignment for the physiology section of SES 1243 will focus on answering the research question

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‘Is there a significant difference in changes in mean power output during the 30 second Wingate test between active and passive 
recovery?’
For the assignment, you have been provided with a dataset from 10 University team sport athletes. The data was collected using 
the following method:

1. On one occasion participants completed two 30 second Wingate tests with a 5 minute passive recovery (lying supine) between 
each effort. Mean power was calculated for both sprints

2. On another occasion the same participants completed two 30 second Wingate tests with a 5 minute active recovery 
(cycling at 30% VO2max) between each effort. Mean power was calculated for both sprints.
 
You must use the information and data provided to answer the research question by producing a Results, Discussion and 
Conclusion section of a lab report.
 
Results: You need to use the data provided to answer the research question. This must be done by appropriately analyzing, 
presenting and describing the results.

Discussion: Here you need to explain your results, referring to the key fundamental physiology concepts and published 
literature.

Conclusion: This should be your take home message and summary
 
LO2 Identify and explain the key scientific principles of sport and exercise physiology

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