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Exerc Sci > Volume 19(1); 2010 > Article
Exercise Science 2010;19(1): 1-14. doi: https://doi.org/10.15857/ksep.2010.19.1.1
여자 고령자의 인플루엔자 백신접종 후 레크리에이션 댄스 및 요가가 면역반응 및 체력에 미치는 영향
공경민, 김기진
계명대학교
Effects of Recreation Dance and Yoga on Immunity Reaction and Physical Fitness After Influenza Vaccination in Elderly Women.
ABSTRACT
This research analyzed the changes of blood and saliva lgA and cortisol concentration, and physical fitness by administering respectively for 12 week yoga exercise or recreation dance after influenza vaccination to healthy aged women. Subjects were composed of 17 healthy aged divided into recreation dance group(N=10) and yoga group(N=7), where recreation dance group practiced exercise program three times a week for totally 12 weeks, and yoga group, as control group, performed yoga motions with focus on stretching 2 times a week for totally 12 weeks. Body composition items, IgA and cortisol concentrations showed no significant changes after exercise intervention in both groups. However, yoga group showed more positive changes of S-flow rate and SlgA secretion rate than recreation dance group. Regarding health-related physical fitness items, grip strength and balance tended to increase in recreation dance group compared to yoga group, and muscular endurance, agility and heart rate recovery rate etc tended to increase in both groups. In conclusion, to aged women, recreation dance and yoga programs are judged to make positive effects on body composition and health physical fitness. Although recreation dance and yoga programs are judged to make no significant effects on immunity variables, yoga program showed a positive effects to S-flow rate and SlgA secretion rate.
Key words: influenza, IgA, cortisol, body composition, yoga, recreation dance, fitness
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