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Effect of training programs on some pulmonary functions and physical work capacity of students of faculty of physical education of Assiut University
Assiut Medical Journal. 2007; 31 (1): 25-36
in English | IMEMR | ID: emr-81899
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This study included 400 students of Faculty of Physical Education of Assuit University of both sexes. It was carried out to study the effect of the Faculty training program on some pulmonary function test, maximum oxygen consumption [VO[2max]], physical work capacity [PWC[170]], ratio and oxygen saturation. The study showed the following Pulmonary function test values at the start of the studying year, the mean values of pulmonary function test showed non-significant change in all studied groups after Karpman test on comparing with those before it [males and females]. The values of male and female students significantly increased with training progress [from the start of the training period till the end of twenty week]. The values of the fourth year [male and female] students were significantly higher than that of the first year students. The values of male students were higher than that of the female among all studied grades. Physical work capacity [PWC[170]] and VO[2max] the mean values of [PWC[170]] and VO[2max] of all students [male and female] were progressively increased with training period from the start of the studying year to the period of ten weeks after the start. After that, no significant changes could be recorded on comparing with that after twenty week. The mean values of the fourth year students were the highest while the first year values are the lowest both in male and female students, The mean values of male were higher than that of the female in all studied groups. The ratio [PWC[170] to the weight] the mean values of the ratio [PWC[170] to the weight] of both male and female students increased progressively with the training period till the end of the twenty weeks, The mean values of female ratio were higher than that of the male in all studied groups. Oxygen saturation the mean values of both male and female students were not affected by training progress. The mean values of oxygen saturation of male students were significantly higher than that of female students. There was non-significance decrease in oxygen saturation in both male and female students after Karpman test
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Index: IMEMR (Eastern Mediterranean) Main subject: Respiratory Function Tests / Sports / Students / Universities / Cross-Sectional Studies / Education Type of study: Prevalence study Limits: Female / Humans / Male Language: English Journal: Assiut Med. J. Year: 2007

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Index: IMEMR (Eastern Mediterranean) Main subject: Respiratory Function Tests / Sports / Students / Universities / Cross-Sectional Studies / Education Type of study: Prevalence study Limits: Female / Humans / Male Language: English Journal: Assiut Med. J. Year: 2007