Gender and Health

Analysis of Metabolic Characteristics of Female in Different Age Groups under the Condition of Quantitative Load

Yang Jie, Chen Leqin
Institute of P.E., Shanxi Normal University
Sichuan Sports Science 2016-6

Abstract:Objective: To study the incremental load power of different ways of movement and energy metabolism and substrate consumption characteristics and differences of methods.: using incremental load program load cycle ergo meter for incremental 60 females. Results: in the incremental load power cycling:(1) with the increased load, sugar consumption and energy percentage increases, consumption of fat and energy supply gradually reduced;(2)of women aged 20-29 and 40-49 years old, 50-59 year old female fat consumption rate between different P < difference of 0.01. in 25 W when the load of women aged 30-39 and 40-40 years old female fat consumption there is a significant difference between the P 0.05. and 75 W 50W in the "load rate between women aged 40-49 and 20-29 years old, 50-59 year old female fat consumption rate was significantly different between P <0.05.(3)in a quiet state, women aged 20-29 and 40-49 years old, 50-59 year old female carbohydrate consumption there are significant differences in the 25 W P < 0.01. load between the amount of women aged 30-39 and 40-40 years old female carbohydrate consumption there is a significant difference between the 0.05. 50 W and 75 W P < in the load between the amount of women aged 40-49 and 20-29 years old, 50-59 Year old female carbohydrate depletion between exist significant difference P < 0.05. Results: in the incremental cycle ergo meter exercise: with increase of the woman's age, fat consumption rate declined more and more quickly, the consumption of carbohydrates rate and faster and faster.20-29- year-old female with 30-39 female fat consumption quantity and carbohydrate consumption overall trends in the 40-49 years old women and 50 to 59 years old women.
Keywords:Quantitative load, Fat consumption rate, Carbohydrate consumption rate, Female

Paper type:Published
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