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Exercise Science 2002;11(1): 189-198.
트레이닝 형태에 따른 심혈관 기능 및 심장 구조의 변화
안정현1, 고성경2
1공군사관학교
2연세대학교
ABSTRACT
Ann, J. H., Ko, S. K. The Change of the Cardiac Structure and the Function on the Static and Dynamic Training. Exercise Science, 11(1): 189-198, 2002. To investigate the change of cardiac function and structure on the static, the dynamic and the combined training, 57 students were selected and recorded by supersonic cardiac recorder. Subjects were divided 4 groups ; Control(n=7), Endurance training(n=9), Muscle Power training(n=14), Combined training(n=27). Results of this study are following,1. At resting state, HR(56.8±3.6beat/min), CO(5.57±0.19ℓ/min) and SBP(111.9±4.4mmHg) of combined group were significantly lower than control group(65.3±4.6beat/min, 6.19±0.43ℓ/min, 118.7±5.9mmHg).2. The mass of left ventricle of the muscle power group(91.0±13.7mg/m2) and the combined group(91.6±16.1mg/m2) was significantly weightier than control group(69.9±17.4mg/m2).3. The systolic left ventricle septum of the endurance group(11.89±2.16mm) and the muscle power(11.45±2.18mm) group was significantly thicker than control group(10.90±1.30mm).4. The Systolic left ventricle posterior wall of the muscle power group(12.88±1.31mm) was significantly thicker than control group(11.18±1.49mm).
Key words: training, cardiac output, left ventricular mass, wall thickness
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