Departmental Bulletin Paper 男子大学生の運動習慣が体組成/体力および末梢血液循環動態に及ぼす影響

横谷, 智久  ,  Yokoya, Tomohisa  ,  野口, 雄慶  ,  Noguchi, Takanori  ,  戎, 利光  ,  Ebisu, Toshimitsu  ,  杉浦, 宏季  ,  Sugiura, Hiroki

(47)  , pp.251 - 255 , 2017-07-11
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of the exercise habits of male university students on body composition, physical fitness, and periphery blood circulation dynamics. The subjects consisted of, 50 male university students who engaged in regular physical exercise (the exercise group) and 19 who did not engage in regular exercise (the non-exercise group).The physical characteristics of the subjects were measured, including body composition, physical fitness (fitness test of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology), and periphery blood circulation dynamics (pulse rate, deviation of aging of blood vessels, and blood vessel age). There is no significant of height, weight, and BMI between the two groups. However, the body fat percentage of the exercise group was significantly lower than that of the non-exercise group. With respect to physical fitness, the scores of the exercise group were superior to those of the non-exercise group for the eight items tested. Regarding periphery blood circulation dynamics, only the pulse rate of the exercise group was significantly lower than the non-exercise group. A significant and less than equal to moderate correlation was found between pulse rate and physical fitness(eight items)(r=-0.42-0.28).

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