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Mehmet Onur Sever
Gumushane University
Turquía
Omer Zambak
Gumushane University
Turquía
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7301-3935
Vol. 8 Núm. 3 (2022), Artículos Originales, páginas 478-490
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/sportis.2022.8.3.9220
Enviado: jul 27, 2022 Aceptado: ago 11, 2022 Publicado: sep 1, 2022
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En este estudio, se determinó el efecto del entrenamiento básico de natación de 12 semanas de estudiantes de ciencias del deporte sobre algunos parámetros respiratorios. En los grados segundo, tercero, cuarto de la Escuela de Educación Física y Deportes de la Universidad de Gümüşhane, 64 (111) estudiantes varones que no tomaron clases de natación y 47 que tomaron clases de natación participaron voluntariamente. Al grupo experimental se le dio trabajo de respiración durante 12 semanas durante el contenido del curso y durante 10 minutos al final de la lección. Se tomaron pruebas de los estudiantes dos veces antes y después de la educación de 12 semanas. Se utilizó el programa SPSS 25.0 (Samples-T test) en el análisis de los datos recolectados dentro del alcance de la investigación. Comparación independiente de las medidas de edad, altura y peso corporal de los atletas en los grupos experimental y de control. En la comparación de los cambios de tiempo, grupo, grupo x tiempo de las mediciones de FVC, MVV, VC y FEV1, se utilizó el análisis ANOVA de medidas repetidas. El nivel de significancia estadística se tomó como (p<0,05). Como resultado de la investigación, no se pudo alcanzar un resultado significativo en los valores de FVC y FEV1 entre Pruebas, Grupos y Grupo x intervalos de tiempo, mientras que la VC fue solo entre pruebas. Sin embargo, se encontraron diferencias estadísticamente significativas entre los valores de MVV y VC Tests, Groups y Group x Time. En resumen, se ha demostrado que los estudiantes que toman lecciones de natación tienen volúmenes pulmonares estadísticamente más altos que los estudiantes que no toman la lección. Sin embargo, se puede recomendar la actividad de natación para aumentar la eficiencia respiratoria de los estudiantes universitarios.

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