RPE

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RPE

(analytical chemistry)
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2012) examined performance, pacing strategy and Rating of Perceived Exertion during a 5km time trial with a pacer, the authors did not disclose the pacer's role to the participants.
12] Physical exertion is gauged by the Borg's rating of perceived exertion (RPE) (6-20 scale), which is based on the integration of somatic perceptions such as an increase in HR, respiratory rate, sweating, and muscle fatigue experienced by an individual during exercise.
Effect of the Airmax[R] Internal Nasal Dilator on Peak Nasal Inspiratory Flow, Aerobic Capacity and Rating of Perceived Exertion in Healthy Rugby Players.
Nas buscas foram utilizadas as seguintes combinacoes: (Caffeine) AND (Resistance Training OR Resistance Exercise OR Strength Training) AND (Athletic Performance OR Performance OR Rating of Perceived Exertion OR Perception of effort OR Pain Perception OR Strength OR Power).
Session rating of perceived exertion following resistance exercise with blood flow restriction.
Even though their exercise performance was higher on the water treadmill, patients felt they weren't working as hard as on the land treadmill, based on a measure called rating of perceived exertion.
Perceptions of effort during the four walk protocols were provided by the participants indicating their Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) according to the 15-point Borg scale (1998).
They were also encouraged to note their subjective experiences and perceived exertion during the spinning exercise according to the rating of perceived exertion (RPE) scale.
2] = arterio-venous difference, FR = Froude, HR = heart rate, PEQ = Prosthetics Evaluation Questionnaire, RPE = rating of perceived exertion, SSWV = self-selected walking velocity, TTA = transtibial amputation, V[O.
A novel approach for lactate threshold assessment based on rating of perceived exertion.
Studies comparing heart rate and individuals' rating of perceived exertion on an elliptical trainer compared to a treadmill have found that the elliptical exercise was nearly identical to the treadmill exercise in every respect," Dr.
Participants began their first training session by performing up to 12 repetitions at 60-65% of their maximum weight that can be lifted only once with concurrent monitoring of perceived exertion as "somewhat hard" (12-13 on the Rating of Perceived Exertion Scale).