Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
David Cundiff, William Koch, Burch Oglesby
Department of Kinesiology, Recreation and Sport
Master of Science
This study was designed to determine the effects of a progressive aerobics training program on the physical working capacity of adults as measured on the bicycle ergometer.
The following hypotheses were tested:
- A progressive aerobics training program does not increase physical working capacity (PWC).
- A progressive aerobics training program has no effect on resting, exercise or recovery heart rate.
- A progressive aerobics training program does not increase predicted maximum oxygen consumption (VO2).
Health and Physical Education | Medicine and Health Sciences | Sports Sciences
Kaye, Gary, "Physical Working Capacity of Adult Men Resulting from a Progressive Aerobics Program" (1971). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1755.