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PESP - CRF in YP pt3

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bethdrysdale94's version from 2017-05-23 20:27

Section 1

Question Answer
What is important to note for cutoff studies?sample size, performance vs fitness - answer descriptive, accurate AND CRITICAL
Melo X et al 2015: cut points datathere is variety of thresholds, difficult to classify children into "fit" and "unfit"
What do the variances in cut-off points mean about prevalence of children?massive variation in prevalence of "fit" and "unfit" children in that high cut off = more unfit children, low cut off = more fit children ... where is the actual classification supposed to lie?
critically evaluate: training (programme) characteristicsintensity&volume primary - other components? > programme length
critically evaluate: participant characteristicsage (or maturity) and sex. baseline peak VO2
critically evaluate: research designcross sectional or longitudinal (prospective)
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Section 2

Question Answer
Melo X et al 2015: overviewcan you use CRF to screen for CVD risk factors? the risk factor they focussed on was carotid intima-media thickness (used >75th percentile for carotid intima media thickness)
Melo X et al 2015: resultsthree studies identified for use of CRF for CVD risk factors - all odds ratios above one for lower 95%CI which means 95% of time, the individuals below lower limit will be at greater risk for thickened carotid intima-media.
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Section 3

Question Answer
Armstrong et al 2011: guidelines to compare and contrast with - modecontinuous training and interval training using large muscle groups
Armstrong et al 2011: guidelines to compare and contrast with - frequencyminimum 3-4 sessions/week
Armstrong et al 2011: guidelines to compare and contrast with - intensity85-90% max HR
Armstrong et al 2011: guidelines to compare and contrast with - programme lengthminimum length of 12 weeks
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Section 4