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Facta universitatis - series: Physical Education and Sport
2008, vol. 6, br. 1, str. 67-74
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: naučni članak

Efekti muzike na primetan stepen napora (naprezanja) i izvođenje treniranih i netreniranih individua tokom progresivnog vežbanja
Dept of Physical Education and Sport Science, Faculty of Humanities, Urmia, Iran

e-adresa: ha2004mo@yahoo.com, babak_hady@yahoo.com, azhdar_a

Sažetak

Cilj ove studije je bio da se utvrde efekti slušanja muzike tokom progresivnog vežbanja na primetan stepen napora i izvođenje, kao i da se proceni efekat razlika u fitnesu na efektivnost muzike. Dvadeset četiri zdravih studenata (grupa koja trenira: n=12, prosek godina = 23,31±2,06 i grupa koja ne trenira: n=12, prosek godina = 22,96±2,31) su dobrovoljno učestvovali u ovoj studiji. Tokom prve sesije učesnici su se upoznali sa načinom izvođenja testa i sa instrumentima za procenu. U prvoj sesiji učesnici su uzeli učešće u Bruce Test-u, gde su neki slučajno izabrani da slušaju muziku, a ostali da ne slušaju muziku. Tokom druge sesije oni koji su izabrani da slušaju, uradili su test bez slušanja muzike, dok je za drugu grupu važilo obrnuto pravilo. Rezultati ANOVE su pokazali da je efekat muzike na RPE i vreme iscrpljenosti značajno (P<0,05). U dodatku, pregled interakcije između muzike i fitnesa, pokazao je da efekat muzike na RPE značajno zavisi od fitnesa, ali nije značajan za izvođenje. Postoji veći efekat muzike na RPE grupe koja ne trenira nego na onu koja trenira. Rezultati pokazuju da bi korišćenje muzike kod progresivnog vežbanja imalo pozitivan efekat na izvođenje i psihološki pogled, bez obzira na nivo fitnesa.

Ključne reči

muzika; primetan stepen napora; izvođenje

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