Canadian Respiratory Journal / 2020 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Cardiorespiratory Fitness as a Correlate of Cardiovascular, Anthropometric, and Physical Risk Factors: Using the Ruffier Test as a Template

Figure 2

The relationship between the estimated VO2max and (a) age, (b) weight, (c) height, (d) body mass index, (e) waist circumference, (f) the sum of skinfold, (g) fat percentage, (h) thigh length, (i) lower-limb length, (j) thigh circumference, (k) physical activity, and (l) systolic blood pressure. The relationship between the estimated VO2max and (m) diastolic blood pressure, (n) diabetes duration, (o) smoking, (p) forced vital capacity, (q) forced expiratory volume in the first second, (r), (s) pre-exercise heart rate (HR 1), (t) postexercise heart rate (HR 2), and (u) postexercise heat rate (HR 3).
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