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Journal of Exercise Nutrition & Biochemistry 2002;6(3):277-284.
Articles : Comparison by Inline-Skate and Swimming Exercise of BMD, Physical Features and Physical Fitness Among Elementary School Students
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of inline-skate exercise on bone mineral density (BMD), physical features and physical strength among elementary school students. The subjects of this study, consist of three groups (inline-skate athletes, and non-exercises, students) on fifth or sixth grade male students of the elementary students. The BMD, physical features and physical strength were measured for this study. The inline-skate athletes group had a higher score significantly that the non-exercises students group in BMD, whereas the inline-skate athletes group had lower %fat significantly that the non-exercises students group. In the factors of physical fitness, the inline-skate athletes the swimming athletes had higher scores significantly that the non-exercises students in muscular endurance, flexibility and cardiorespiratory endurance. Inline-skate exercise, therefore, is more suggestible exercise than the swimming exercise because it enables children to promote their balanced growth or development.
Key Words: Inline-Skate Exercise, BMD, Physical Features, Physical Fitness


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