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Facta universitatis - series: Physical Education and Sport
2006, vol. 4, br. 1, str. 59-71
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: naučni članak

Promene kariovaskularnog fitnesa i telesne građe žena pod uticajem plesnog aerobika
aUniverzitet u Nišu, Fakultet fizičke kulture
bFaculty of Natural Sciences Mathematics & Education, University of Split
cUniverzitet u Novom Sadu, Fakultet fizičke kulture

Sažetak

Istraženi su efekti modela plesnog aerobika na kardiovaskularni fitnes i telesnu građu 46 žena starih od 20 do 25 godina. Eksperimentalnu grupu sačinjavalo je 26 žena, a kontrolnu grupu 20. Eksperimentalni program modela plesnog aerobika realizovan je tri meseca, tri puta nedeljno sa 60 minuta treninga. Sam plesni aerobik na svakom treningu vežban je 40 minuta sa smenjivanjem high, low and moderate tipom naprezanja. Kardiovaskularni fitnes je procenjen sa sledećim parametrima: puls u miru, puls u opterećenju, sistolni arterijski krvni pritisak (mmHg), dijastolni arterijski krvni pritisak (mmHg), apsolutna vrednost maksimalne potrošnje kiseonika (l/min) i relativna vrednost maksimalne potrošnje kiseonika (ml/kg/min). Telesna građa procenjena je merama: telesna visina (cm), telesna težina (kg), srednji obim grudi (cm), obim struka (cm), kožni nabor leđa (mm) i kožni nabor trbuha (mm). Za sve podatke sa inicijalnog i finalnog merenja izračunati su osnovni koeficijenti deskriptivne statistike, Studentov T-test i multivarijantna i univarijanta analiza kovarijanse (MANOVA i ANOVA). Između inicijalnog i finalnog merenja postoji statistički značajna razlika na varijablama kardiovaskularnog fitnesa i telesne građe žena kod eksperimentalne grupe, i između eksperimentalne i kontrolne grupe na finalnom merenju. Ovo istraživanje je potvrdilo već postojeće zaključke o značajnom pozitivnom uticaju plesnog aerobnog treninga na promene u kardiovaskularnoj izdržljivosti i parametrima telesne građe mladih žena.

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