Tuesday, November 20, 2007

VO2 maxed out

7:30 PM - 3 miles - BVHP.
Started off nice and slow but got up to breakneck speed and a nasty incline pretty quick.

Blackstone Valley Human Performance
Exercise Physiology Lab
***Metabolic Report***
Sex: M
Age: 25
Height: 68.0 in (173 cm)
Weight: 135.0 lb (61.4 kg)
Test time: 2007/11/20 19:37
Tech: Godin
Test Protocol
Test degree: Maximal
Exercise device: Treadmill
Test Environment
Insp. temp: 17.0 deg C
Insp. humidity: 31.0%
Insp. O2: 20.94%
(STPD to BTPS: 1.2207)
Baro. pressure: 754.0 mmHg
Exp. flow temp: Mean of room temp. and 37.0 deg C
Insp. CO2: 0.03%
Base Values for Sampling
Base O2: 20.94%
Base CO2: 0.03%

Max HR: 181 bpm
Max VO2: 4.47 L/min, 72.8 ml/kg/min, 20.8 METS

Body Composition Analysis (Skin Calipers)
Chest: 4 mm
Abdomen: 4 mm
Thigh: 5 mm
Total: 13 mm
Estimated Body Fat %: 4

Bioimpedance Analysis
Date: 11/20/07 Time: 19:25
Sex: Male
Age: 25
Height: 68.0 inches
Weight: 135.0 lbs
Measurement Results
Phase Angle: 7.4
Body Capacitance: 789 pF
Resistance: 516.4 ohms
Reactance: 67.2 ohms
Lean Body Mass: 89.7%
Fat Mass: 10.3%
Variance: +/- 4.5%
Body Mass Index: 20.5
Basal Metabolic Rate: 1713 cals


ryan said...

You are a beast.
I have no idea what those numbers mean, but they are impressive none the less.

Casey Moulton said...

Siberian sled dog: 240 ml/kg/min
Thoroughbred race horse: 180
Bjørn Dæhlie: 96
Greg LeMond: 92.5
Lance Armstrong: 85
Steve Prefontaine: 84.4
Grete Waitz: 73
Mario Fraioli: 72.8
Frank Shorter: 71
Derek Clayton: 69


Jeff Caron said...

Those are some stellar stats! Like Ryan, I would be full of shit if I said I knew what all those numbers meant, but still it does look good.

Justin said...

You've got some work to catch up Mario! :)