抽菸對大學生運動表現與心率變異性的影響

李 佳倫(Chia-Lun Lee), 張 文典(Wen-Dien Chang), 鄭 景峰(Ching-Feng Cheng), 李 佳融(Chia-Jung Lee)

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of cigarette smoking on heart rate variability (HRV), repeated sprint performance and maximum aerobic capacity in male college students. Thirty-one habitual smokers (S) and ninety-nine non-smokers (NS) completed this randomized experimental design. Prior to experiment, all participants were familiarized to the exercise protocol with a repeated high-intensity sprint test (RST) and a 20-m shuttle test (ST). RST test consists of 6 × 10-s sprints with 60-s active recovery between each sprint, and ST is a 20-m shuttle run according to the tempo of the music as indicating maximum aerobic capacity. The HRV parameters were recorded in supine position for 20-min prior and 30-min following the RST test. The peak power, mean power, total work, heart rate and rate of perceived exertion (RPE) were taken during the RST on a cycle ergometer. Results showed no significant differences on peak power, mean power, total work, heart rate and RPE between S and NS groups. However, maximal oxygen uptake was significantly lower and blood pressure was significantly higher in S group than in NS group. Furthermore, the root mean square successive difference (RMSSD), proportion of differences of adjacent R-R interval > 50 ms (pNN50), high frequency (HF), and natural logarithm of the high frequency (lnHF) were significantly higher in S group compared to NS group. We concluded that cigarette smoking may impair maximum aerobic capacity and increase blood pressure at the post-exercise, but the anaerobic capacity is not altered. Moreover, cigarette smoking increases vagal drive after RST that may be due to increased parasympathetic modulation during post-exercise recovery.
Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)75-87
Number of pages13
Journal大專體育學刊
Volume15
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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抽菸對大學生運動表現與心率變異性的影響. / 李佳倫(Chia-Lun Lee); 張文典(Wen-Dien Chang); 鄭景峰(Ching-Feng Cheng); 李佳融(Chia-Jung Lee).

In: 大專體育學刊, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2013, p. 75-87.

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李佳倫(Chia-Lun Lee) ; 張文典(Wen-Dien Chang) ; 鄭景峰(Ching-Feng Cheng) ; 李佳融(Chia-Jung Lee). / 抽菸對大學生運動表現與心率變異性的影響. In: 大專體育學刊. 2013 ; Vol. 15, No. 1. pp. 75-87.
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