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Facta universitatis - series: Physical Education and Sport
2005, vol. 3, br. 1, str. 45-57
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: naučni članak

Komparacija promena kariovaskularnog fitnesa dva modela aerobnog vežbanja žena
aUniverzitet u Nišu, Fakultet fizičke kulture
bUniversity of Ljubljana - Faculty of Sport, Slovenia

e-adresa: rkost@medianis.net

Sažetak

U istraživanju se upoređuju efekti dva HI-LO modela aerobnog vežbanja (plesnog aerobika) na kardiovaskularni fitnes 29 žena starih od 25 do 30 godina. Eksperimentalni program su realizovale dve eksperimentalne grupe (E1:n=15 i E2:n=14). "A" HI-LO model plesnog aerobika realizovan je osam nedelja, tri puta nedeljno sa pojedinačnim trajanjem treninga 50 minuta. "B" HI-LO model plesnog aerobika realizovan je osam nedelja, pet puta nedeljno sa pojedinačnim trajanjem treninga 35 minuta. Intenzitet vežbanja A i B modela je bio isti (60-75% maksimalnog srčanog rada). Kardiovaskularni fitnes je procenjen sa sledećim parametrima: puls u miru, puls u opterećenju, sistolni arterijski krvni pritisak, dijastolni arterijski krvni pritisak, apsolutna vrednost maksimalne potrošnje kiseonika i relativna vrednost maksimalne potrošnje kiseonika. Podaci sa inicijalnog i finalnog merenja su obrađeni kanoničkom diskriminativnom analizom. Između grupa (E1 i E2) na inicijalnom i na finalnom merenju nije postojala statistički značajna razlika u primenjenim varijablama. Efekti oba modela HI-LO plesnog aerobika na kardiovaskularni fitnes su, na osnovu rezultata, statistički značajni u celini. Varijable koje su posebno doprinele diskriminaciji rezultata inicijalnog i finalnog merenja E1 grupe i E2 grupe su: puls u miru i relativna vrednost maksimalne potrošnje kiseonika. Zaključeno je da su efekti dva HI-LO modela plesnog aerobika na kardiovaskularni fitnes podjednako dobri, ako se plesni aerobik u kontinuitetu vežba duže vreme, a tri puta u nedelji, ili ako se vežba pet puta u nedelji, a kraće vreme, uz uslov da je intenzitet vežbanja isti.

Ključne reči

kardiovaskularni fitnes; VO2-max; plesni aerobik; trening; žene

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