This study aimed to analyze the pedaling pattern of cyclist during Wingate test(30sec). The subject were university cyclist(male 10) and subjects performed the standing start(SS) and rolling start(RS) using Wattbike Pro.(United Kingdom) for Wingate test(30sec). The paired t-test was used to analyze pedaling efficiency(PE), peak pedaling velocity(PPV), mean pedaling velocity(MPV), time to peak power (TPP), time to mean power(TMP) and angle to peak power(APP) by the starting types. The statistical significances were accepted at .05. PE and PPV of RS were higher than SS(t=-2.717, p=.024; t=-2.938, p=.017, respectively). However, there was no significant difference in MPV between RS and SS(p>.05). TPP of RS was faster than SS both left(t=2.248, p=.049) and right(t=3.367, p=.009) leg. However, there was no significant difference in TMP between RS and SS(p>.05). There was no significant difference in APP between RS and SS(p>.05).
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