SPORTS MEDICINE & ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE CENTER
Submaximal graded exercise test is any physical activity whose intensity increases at intervals up to but never exceeding 85 percent of your maximum heart rate. Among the types of graded exercise tests normally used to find your aerobic capacity are a stationary bike and a treadmill test. The advantage of submaximal graded exercise tests is that they can be administered to different fitness levels. A testing session can provide an accurate indication of the aerobic fitness level and can be a useful tool for tracking fitness improvements across a consistent workout program. GSA facilities and cutting-edge equipment offer our specialists to measure aerobic capacity in both classical (e.g., treadmill and cycle ergometer) and sport specific settings.
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