Respostas do treinamento intervalado aeróbio de corrida na melhoria da capacidade de absorção de oxigênio (vo2max), na saúde e no desempenho

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https://doi.org/10.20396/conex.v12i1.2185

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Treinamento intervalado, Corrida, Composição corporal, Economia de corrida

Resumo

Diversos estudos procuram mensurar os efeitos do treinamento intervalado aeróbio de corrida (TI) na melhora da capacidade de absorção de oxigênio (VO2max), correlacionando-os com melhorias na saúde (composição corporal) e no desempenho atlético (economia de corrida), uma vez que diversas variáveis podem influenciar a resposta ao treinamento, como intensidade, volume, duração e intervalo de recuperação. Neste sentido, o objetivo deste estudo foi revisar sistematicamente a literatura, relacionando as principais variáveis da prescrição de TI e seus efeitos. Das evidências relatadas nesta revisão, pode-se concluir que o TI é estudado na literatura há vários anos, sem, contudo, haver um consenso quanto à prescrição de intensidade, volume e recuperação para os mais diferentes tipos de populações. Seus efeitos positivos no VO2max, composição corporal e economia de corrida, entretanto, são consensuais na maioria dos estudos.

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Matheus Cavalcante de Sa, Universidade Federal de São Paulo

Mestrado em Medicina (Otorrinolaringologia) pela Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brasil (2014). Aluno de Doutorado da Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brasil.

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Sa, M. C. de. (2014). Respostas do treinamento intervalado aeróbio de corrida na melhoria da capacidade de absorção de oxigênio (vo2max), na saúde e no desempenho. Conexões, 12(1), 142–160. https://doi.org/10.20396/conex.v12i1.2185

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