THE EFFECT OF OXYGENIC EXERCISE ON SOME CARDIAC AND BLOOD DYNAMICS VARIABLES FOR MALE& FEMALE ( 11 – 12 ) YEARS

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THE EFFECT OF OXYGENIC EXERCISE ON SOME CARDIAC AND BLOOD DYNAMICS VARIABLES FOR MALE& FEMALE ( 11 – 12 ) YEARS


   
Assist. Prof. Dr. Raiyan Al Hasso


ABSTRACT

The present study aimed to:
1- Knowing the statistical differences between pre & post values of some cardiac variables and some of some dynamics of the blood of males and females pupils aged (11 - 12 ) years.
2- Discover the differences between males and females pupils aged ( 11 – 12 ) years in pre & post measurements in the values of some cardiac and blood dynamics variables. The researcher used the experimental method because it suits the research sample. The sample of the research chosen and included two groups of pupils. The first group consisted of (14) pupils from Abi-Thar Al-Ghafari primary school for boys. The second group consisted of (11) pupils from Abi-Thar Al-Ghafari school for girls in Mosul city center. The researcher used tests and measurements to collect data which included: testing an aerobic effort, anthropometric measurement, measurement some cardiac and some of dynamics of the blood variables. The test was conducted within two separate days. In the first day, an aerobic effort test was conducted for girls, after two days , an aerobic effort test was carried out for boys. The researcher used the following statistical means: Media, Standard Deviation, T-test for Non-coefficient media, In the light of results and discussion, some conclusions were drawn out:
1- The aerobic effort had a clear influence on the heart physiological variables in comparing with rest time to the pupils of the two genders.
2- The females showed a clear release at (Cop.r , p.p.r) variables in rest time, but I did not notice a clear differences in (TPR.r , mabp.r , S.V.r , dBp.r , SBp.r , HR.r) variables.
3- The females showed a releasing in (Cop.l &HR.l) variables after effort but there were no significant differences in the other variables under study.




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