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Exerc Sci > Volume 20(1); 2011 > Article
Exercise Science 2011;20(1): 105-112. doi: https://doi.org/10.15857/ksep.2011.20.1.105
사무직 중년여성의 신체질량지수 차이에 따른 신체구성, 심폐기능 및 건강관련 체력의 비교분석
조상우1, 김수경2, 최상범3, 심승용2
1호서대학교
2한양대학교
3장안대학
The comparison of body composition, cardiopulmonary function, and health realted physical fitness on office worker of middle-aged women by BMI
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was to investigate the difference of body composition, cardiopulmonary function, and health related physical fitness on office worker of middle-age women. Subjects of this study were 119 females office workers who were 40-49 years old. They were separated normal(18.5~22.9 kg/㎡, n=41), overweight(23~24.9 kg/㎡, n=40), obesity group(25~29.9 kg/㎡, n=38) by BMI. They measured body weight, % body fat, WHR, FVC, SBP, DBP, rest heart rate, grip strength, sit-up, VO2max, and sit and reach test. The data was analyzed by using descriptive statistics, one-way ANOVA, and correlation analysis. First, Normal group was significant difference overweight(p<.001) and obesity group(p<.001), and overweight group was significant difference obesity group(p<.001) for body weight, WHR, and % body fat. Second, Normal group was significant difference overweight(p<.05) and obesity group(p<.01) for FVC. Third, Normal group was significant difference overweight(p<.01) and obesity group(p<.01) for grip strength/body weight. Normal group was significant difference overweight(p<.05) and obesity group(p<.001) for VO2max. Normal group was significant difference overweight(p<.05) and obesity group(p<.01) for sit and reach test. Fourth, BMI was positively associated with body weight(p<.001), % body fat(p<.001), WHR(p<.001), DBP(p<.05), SBP(p<.05), and grip strength/body weight(p<.001) and was negatively associated with FVC(p<.01), VO2max(p<.001), and sit and reach test(p<.01) in correlation analysis.
Key words: BMI, body composition, cardiopulmonary function, health realth related physical fitness
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