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Exercise Science 2004;13(2): 273-284.
라틴 및 모던 댄스스포츠 종목별 운동강도 비교
A comparative study of exercise intensity in Latin American and Modern dance sport
A comparative study of exercise intensity in Latin American and Modern dance sport. Exercise Science, 13(2): 273-284, 2004. the evaluation of the exercise intensity of ten different types of dance sport and the effects of long-term dance sport lesson on the changes of cardi- opulmonary function were performed, and eventually the baseline data for the dance sport training program were offered. Twenty six male and female college students who majored in dance sport and belonged to dance sport clubs were designated to the trial group. The effects of 10-week dance lesson on various physiological parameters and endurance properties were evaluated with a portable gas analyzer and some devices for blood analysis on the trial group. In a 5-minute dance sport performance, mean values of exercise intensity were 57.6±2.5% of O2max and 71.4±.9% of HRmax. Among those 5 types of Latin American dance sport, exercise intensity was high in Viennese Waltz, Jive, Cha Cha Cha, Samba, Quickstep, Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot, Rumba, and Paso Doble in a corresponding order. The mean value of exercise intensity, 57.6±2.5% of O2max, in all tested types of dance sport can be interpreted as that the dance sport may used as medium intensity exercise for the improvement of endurance capacity for health and physical fitness. However, it is imperative that the training programs made in consideration of the physical fitness of each subjects should be adjusted case by case since there are non-negligible differences in exercise intensity between five types of dance sport studied.
Key words: %O2max, %HRmax, %Lactate
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