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Exercise Science 2002;11(1): 199-209.
12주간 재즈댄스 트레이닝이 체력과 신체구성 및 심폐기능에 미치는 영향
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Kim, E.K., Chung, J.W., Chung, Y.S., Woo, J.H., Lee, D.G., Park, I.R. Kim, M.S. The Effect of 12 weeks' Jazz Dance Training on the Physical Fitness, Body Composition & Cardiopulmonary Function of College Women. Exercise Science, 11(1): 199-209, 2002. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of jazz dance training on the physical fitness and body composition, cardiopulmonary function in college women.To evaluate training effect, jazz dance was performed by 10 female college students with the mean age 22.2, training for 12 weeks 2days a week and 90minutes a day. Body composition and physical fitness, cardiopulmonary function at rest and during maximal exercise were carried out before and after 12 weeks of jazz dance training. Maximal exercise was performed on the treadmill according to Bruce protocol. Pre to post training differences were evaluated.1. After the training, skinfold thickness and total body fat decreased significance(p<0.001) while lean body mass increased with significance(p<0.1).2. Agility(p<0.01) and muscle power, strength, balance(p<0.05) were incresed but muscle flexibility, endurance time showed no significant changes. 3. Heart rate at rest decreased without significance(p>0.05) and Vo₂max incresed without significance(p>0.05) after the training. Forced vital capacity and forced expiratory volume decreased without significance. From these results, it may be concluded that 12 week jazz dance training reduces skinfold thickness and body fat contents also improve the Physical fitness and cardiopilmonary function.
Key words: Jazz dance, Body composition, Physical fitness, Cardiopulmonary function
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