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Rotstein, A., Sagiv, M., Yaniv-Tamir, A., Fisher, N. and Dotan, R. (1991) Smoking effect on exercise response kinetics of oxygen uptake and related variables. Interna- tional Journal of Sports Medicine, 12, 281-284. doi:10.1055/s-2007-1024681

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  • TITLE: Relationship between predicted oxygen uptake and cigarette smoking in Japanese men

    AUTHORS: Nobuyuki Miyatake, Takeyuki Numata, Zhen-Bo Cao, Motohiko Miyachi, Izumi Tabata

    KEYWORDS: Cigarette Smoking; Predicted Oxygen Uptake; Metabolic Equivalents

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.4 No.7, July 20, 2012

    ABSTRACT: The link between cigarette smoking and predicted oxygen uptake was investigated using data for 149 Japanese men not taking medication. Cigarette smoking habits were obtained through interviews by well-trained staff. The influence of cigarette smoking on predicted oxygen uptake, predicted work rate and predicted heart rate were evaluated. Predicted oxygen uptake decreased with age. Predicted oxygen uptake and predicted work rate in men who smoked cigarettes was significantly lower than in subjects who did not, after adjusting for age. The differences in parameters did not reach significant levels after adjusting for age and physical activity evaluated by Σ[metabolic equivalents × h per week (METs?h/w)] (predicted oxygen uptake: p = 0.0632, predicted work rate: p = 0.0873). Cigarette smoking might be a modifyable factor for improving the aerobic exercise level in Japanese men.