The impact of a proposed training curriculum in maximum oxygen consumption and variables Pulmonary ventilation
Al-Rafidain Journal For Sport Sciences,
Volume 21, Issue 67, Pages 225-245
AbstractThe research aims to identify the training curriculum proposal affects the development of maximum oxygen consumption and pulmonary ventilation variables , and in the development of maximum oxygen consumption . And assumed researchers that there were statistically significant differences between the two tests pre and post experimental group in the maximum consumption of oxygen and variables pulmonary ventilation , as well as to the existence of statistically significant differences in the post-test between the experimental and control groups in the maximum consumption of oxygen and variables pulmonary ventilation .
Researchers used the experimental method was chosen as the research sample in a deliberate manner and consisting of 16 female students from the second phase in the College of Education / Department of Physical Education , Mosul University for the academic year ( 2012-2013 ) . The researchers reached the following conclusions :
1 - and there is a significant difference between pre and post tests and in favor of post - test of the experimental group and all the research variables .
2 - and there is a significant difference between pre and post tests and in favor of post - test of the control group ( the number of times breathing ) .
3 - there is no significant difference between pre and post tests for the control group ( maximum oxygen consumption , the size of breath , pulmonary ventilation )
4 - and there is a significant difference between experimental and control groups in the post - test and in favor of the experimental group and all the research variables .
The researchers recommended the following:
1. Emphasizing Recurring training during the design of programs for pulmonary ventilation .
2. The use of other training programs to see its impact on the search variables .
3. Use the same research and programs , but on various other variables .
4. Implement training programs used on the male category .
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