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Title: 不同社區中老年人健走及有氧訓練對體適能之效益評估與比較
Evaluation and comparison of the efficiency of walking and aerobic exercise to physical fitness in different community
Authors: 林怜利
Keywords: 中老年人;體適能;健走;有氧訓練;Elder people;Physical fitness;Walking;Aerobic exercise
Date: 2006
Issue Date: 2012-01-02T04:15:14Z
Abstract: 良好的體適能是維持健康的基本條件,則體適能是促進健康的不二法門。而本研究的目的以促進健康為前提,以探討不同社區中老年人健走及有氧訓練對體適能之效益評估與比較。以72名中低強度有氧訓練與82名健走,年齡介於50—75歲之中老年人為對象,分別施以12週中低強度、每週3次、每次60分鐘之中低強度(最大心跳率50-65%)有氧訓練與健走。進而比較訓練前、後其BMI、體脂肪、柔軟度、肌耐力心肺耐力之檢測,以及兩者間體適能進步的差異。以提供做為提倡健康運動的依據。
一、 評估中老年人經健走課程及中低強度有氧訓練12週訓練後,體脂肪、BMI、柔軟度、肌耐力、心肺耐力的改善情形。
二、 比較不同中老年族群中低強度有氧訓練後及健走課程訓練後體適能的差異。
The good physical fitness is helpful to human health. Both of walking and aerobic exercises are simple and convenient physical activities for publics to develop healthy fitness. There are 72 volunteers for moderate aerobic exercise group and 82 volunteers as walking group in this study. Health indexes including BMI, body fat, cardiopulmonary endurance, flexibility, muscular endurance will be determined after a walking course as well as a moderate aerobic exercise for 12 weeks. In addition, the health improvements obtained from these two courses will be analyzed and compared. The long term goal of this plane is to establish the well basis of health indications contributed by walking and aerobic exercise and to improve the human health.
The purpose of this plane will be included above:
1. To evaluate after moderate aerobic exercise and walking training, the physical fitness of elder people will be improved.
2. Compare the difference of walking and aerobic exercise in physical fitness in elder people.
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