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5m와 30m에서의 스쿠버다이빙 트레이닝이 심폐기능에 미치는 영향

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Abstract
The aim to the study was to compare the effect of 5m and 30m scuba diving training on cardiopulmonary function. 11 participants were divided into 5m or 30m diving training groups. Training was conducted twice a week for 8 weeks. Pre and post test measures include cardiopulmonary function.
Cardiopulmonary function consist of exercise time, rest and maximal heart rate, rest and maximal SBP & DBP, maximal ventilation,˙VO2max, V˙O2max/HR. Data was processed with SPSS 18.0 statistic program to calculate mean and standard deviation. Also, ANCOVA was processed to analyze difference groups. Statistic level of significance was set .05. The result of this study showed significant differences in maximal oxygen consumption(F=8.34, p=.020) and oxygen consumption per heart rate(F=7.01, p=.029). As a result of this study, it was found that scuba diving training at 30m improves maximal oxygen consumption and oxygen consumption per heart rate than scuba diving training at 5m.
Author(s)
이한준홍성진
Issued Date
2021
Type
Article
Keyword
scuba divingdiving trainingcardiopulmonary functionmaximal oxygen consumption
DOI
10.35159/kjss.2021.4.30.2.1111
URI
https://oak.ulsan.ac.kr/handle/2021.oak/9412
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Publisher
한국체육과학회지
Location
대한민국
Language
한국어
ISSN
1226-0258
Citation Volume
30
Citation Number
2
Citation Start Page
1111
Citation End Page
1121
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