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12주간 댄스스포츠 운동이 중년여성의 심폐기능 및 혈압에 미치는 영향

Title
12주간 댄스스포츠 운동이 중년여성의 심폐기능 및 혈압에 미치는 영향
Other Titles
The effect of 12 Weeks Dance Sports exercise on Cardiopulmonary function and Blood Pressure of middle-aged women
Author
남상남
Keywords
Cardiopulmonary function; blood pressure; middle-age women
Issue Date
2003-11
Publisher
한국체육과학회
Citation
한국체육과학회지, v. 13, no. 1, page. 611-620
Abstract
By studying the effect of the exercise practice in the purpose of providing the fundamental data which can be used for improving the effectiveness of participating in the exercise program, the benign habits of exercise, and practical health care development, our research focused on measuring the function of heart-lung and the blood pressure of the group of middle-aged women in order to establish suitable exercise practice and efficent health care. Our consequences are followed. When we viewed the changing of the heart-lung function after participating in the exercise program, we could observe the maximum of Cardiopulmonary function was substantial but we couldn't observe the amount of the maximum oxygen intake, the time of exercise and the anaerobic threshold value were substantial. When we viewed the changing of blood pressure after participating in the exercise program, we could observe the period of contraction's blood pressure in stability was substantial(P<0.05). When we viewed the changing of Cardiopulmonary function and blood pressure in the exercise Stress test after participating in the exercise program, we could observe Cardiopulmonary function of the rest time after exercise finishing, three seconds, five seconds and the blood pressure of contraction period and relaxation period were substantial(P<0.05).
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/journal/articleDetail?nodeId=NODE00827678https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/156411
ISSN
1226-0258
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