Case Study Analysis – Essaylink

 

 

 

Instructions:
1. For each individual, determine their predicted maximal oxygen uptake from the YMCA test results and complete the exercise prescription based on these results.
2. For each individual, compile data into a one page typed sheet assessing their physical fitness as well as their resting HR/BP, and BMI.
3. Include a description of what the YMCA test evaluates and the importance of this test. Include numbers and classifications/percentiles for your findings.
4. The 1-2 page document that you create should be formatted as an informational handout that you will be giving the individual to summarize their results. Therefore, you must make it easy to read and interpret and should only include pertinent values (e.g. VO2, HR, BP, BMI). Focus on quality vs quantity of what is written.
5. The last portion of each document must include the distinct exercise prescription that you calculated for this individual (both moderate and vigorous intensity).

Case Study Grading Structure:
Accurate Calculation/Assessment of Each Test: 5 points
– Ensure numbers (e.g. VO2, HR/BP, BMI) and classifications/percentiles are correct.
Clear and Comprehensive Evaluation and Description of Results: 5 points
– Test description included and can be clearly interpreted
– Ensure it is easy for the reader to see and interpret their results
– Clear exercise prescription structure and values

YMCA Submaximal Cycle Ergometer Test Data Form

Subject: Johnny
Date: 10/19/2020
Age: 55 yr
Gender: Male
Weight: 170 lbs.
Height: 70 inches
Resting HR: 80 bpm
Resting BP: 120/80 mmHg
Seat Height: 5

Min Stage Work rate (kpm/min-1) HR (bpm) BP (mmHg) RPE Comments

1 I

150

2 105
3 105 130/80 10

1 II 300
2 115
3 115 140/85 12

1 III 450
2 140 150/80 15
3 140

IV

 

 

 

 

 

Moderate Intensity Vigorous Intensity

Frequency – Frequency –

Intensity – Intensity –

VO2 Reserve Method (VO2R): VO2 Reserve Method (VO2R):

 

 

 

Duration – Duration –

 

 

 

YMCA Submaximal Cycle Ergometer Test Data Form

Subject: Moira
Date: 10/19/2020
Age: 60 yr
Gender: Female
Weight: 125 lbs.
Height: 62 inches
Resting HR: 70 bpm
Resting BP: 125/75 mmHg
Seat Height: 5

Min Stage Work rate (kpm/min-1) HR (bpm) BP (mmHg) RPE Comments

1 I

150

2 95
3 95 130/75 11

1 II 450
2 110
3 120 140/65 13
120
1 III 600
2 140
3 150 155/70 15
4 150
IV

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aerobic Exercise Prescription

Moderate Intensity Vigorous Intensity

Frequency – Frequency –

Intensity – Intensity –

VO2 Reserve Method (VO2R): VO2 Reserve Method (VO2R):

 

 

 

Duration – Duration –

 

 

 

 

 

 

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