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...common RPE measure is the Borg Scale of 6-20, with 20 being a maximal effort and 6 being extremely light activity. Several RPE scales exist but the Borg scale long...

...Take Home Points 1) Ratings of Perceived Exertion (RPE) is an inexpensive way to monitor swimmers’ response to training 2) Few methods are quicker to track than RPE 3)...

...indicated higher stress in the championship match, as indicated by greater RPE, increased SC, and reduced SIgA. In other words, tasks seemed harder, overall stress was elevated, and immunity decreased....

...For example, when swimming for an extended period of time rating of perceived exertion (RPE) increases. Conscious information is the memory of the RPE of a familiar task. When an...

...and objective data of specific exertion levels.  If a swimmer rates their effort as an 18 on the 20 point RPE scale, we’d expert their actual output to be near...

...both occasions. Each session consisted of bench press and squat jump. This results found no difference in bench press to failure or RPE during bench press. RPE was higher during...

...lactate concentrations, RPE, economy, and oxygen consumption. Because both pleasurable and neutral music conferred performance gains, one theory advanced by the researchers was that the athletes’ ability to synchronize to...

...the start of the two week taper. No significant changes were seen physiologically. Changes in RPE-Load were correlated with changes in performance and RPE-Load was correlated with LA-Load. Take Home...

...the difficulty, it is important to continually mointor performance and effort. To accomplish this training volume can be manipulate, in combination of the athlete's perceived effort/exertion (RPE). RPE is reliable...

...and respiratory exchange ratio (RER) were measured during each trial. RPE was requested on the completion of the cycling. Results The results suggest a significant between-trials main effect for RPE....

   
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