Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Kinesiology & Public Health Education
The aim of this study was to investigate whole-body vibration (WBV) and its effects on anaerobic performance using the Wingate test, specifically the changes in peak and mean power. Thirty five collegiate students completed three days of training in which they performed 3 different weighted exercises under vibratory or non-vibratory conditions. Participants then performed a Wingate. Two 2 x 2 mixed-design ANOVAs were used to examine the influence of the independent variables of sex, protocol, and order on peak and mean power output (SPSS 18.0; p ≤ 0.05). Results indicated a significant main effect of sex in regards to peak power output, as well as a main effect for sex regarding mean power output. These findings suggest that following an acute session of WBV, performance differences between sexes exist while performing lengthier anaerobic activities as assessed by using the Wingate test.
Veith, Daniel Duane, "The Effects Of Vibration Exercise On Anaerobic Performance Using The Wingate Test" (2012). Theses and Dissertations. 1384.