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The Effects of Circuit Training and Circuit Training with Whole Body Vibration on Pulmonary Function in Adolescent
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The Effects of Circuit Training and Circuit Training with Whole Body Vibration on Pulmonary Function in Adolescent
Jun, Hyun ju; Jeong, Chan Joo; Yang, Hoe Song; Jeong, Ye rim; Jegal, Hyuk; Yoo, Young Dae;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to parallel circuit training and circuit training with sonic systemic mechanism was to compare the differences in pulmonary function and chest expansion in adult men. This study was performed on 20 subjects. 20 subjects were divided into two groups; Circuit training group(n=10), Circuit training with sonic systemic mechanism(n=10). Both of the group performed the exercise 3 times a week for 5 weeks. The data was analyzed by the Repeated t-test for comparing before, during and after changes of factors in each group and the Independent t-test for comparing the between groups. The result are as follows. Circuit training group was statistically significant difference FVC, FEV1/FVC(p<.05), Circuit training with sonic systemic mechanism group was statistically significant difference PEF, VC in pulmonary function(p<.05). Circuit training group was statistically significant difference FEV1/FVC of between the two group in pulmonary function(p<.05). Circuit training group and circuit training with sonic systemic mechanism group was statistically significant difference in chest expansion(p<0.05) and there was no statistically significant difference of between the two group in chest expansion(p>.05).
 Keywords
Pulmonary Function;Circuit Training;Sonic Systemic Mechanism;
 Language
English
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