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The Pattern of Affective Responses to Dance-Based Group Exercise Differs According to Physical Fitness, as Measured by a Smartwatch

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The Pattern of Affective Responses to Dance-Based Group Exercise Differs According to Physical Fitness, as Measured by a Smartwatch
Abstract
The present study investigated the effect of a dance-based aerobic exercise, on the affective experiences of participants with different ?tness levels. Thirty-two college students were enrolled in the same dance ?tness course, tested using a physical ?tness test (the National Fitness Project 100) and grouped accordingly to 15 sports majors (high-?t group) and 17 non-sports majors (low-?t group). Together, they participated in a single-session dance ?tness program using 11 basic dance steps incorporated in Zumba rhythms of merengue and reggaeton for 47 min including warm-up and cool-down. Pre- and post-exercise affects were measured using the PANAS-X transmitted to each participant’s smartphone. During exercise, participants’ heart rate (HR) and their responses to the felt arousal scale (FAS) and the feeling scale (FS) by exercise section were measured using tailor-made applications on a smartwatch. Results showed that the intensity of exercise for the same exercise program was lower in the high-?t group than in the low-?t group, as evidenced by %HRmax. In addition, the pattern of affective change throughout the exercise sections was different according to the groups’ ?tness levels, while the affective improvement was greater in the high-?t group. This study con?rmed that physical ?tness is a major variable in?uencing the relationship between exercise and affect.
Author(s)
김유진김지혜우민정
Issued Date
2021
Type
Article
Keyword
affectphysical fitnessdance-based group exercisewearable technologysmartwatch
DOI
10.3390/app112311540
URI
https://oak.ulsan.ac.kr/handle/2021.oak/9288
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Publisher
APPLIED SCIENCES-BASEL
Location
스위스
Language
영어
ISSN
2076-3417
Citation Volume
11
Citation Number
23
Citation Start Page
11540
Citation End Page
11540
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