There is a lot of type of Aerobics training to girls and women from 1990 in the world. And these practicers’ age span range from young girl to middle age women. Although Aerobics is an effective exercise for someone’s health, but there are a little data about the effect of Aerobics training to female Cardiovascular especially. The author adopt the advanced clinical technology, which is color ultrasonic (Model—EUB—565A) studied 29 female girl’s Cardiovascular function. The 29 female quizzes were divided into three groups according to the time they participated in aerobics. The three groups are divided in general, three month and amateur training. The standard of experiment was doing as clinic. The experimental results show us that Aerobics training can affect cardiovascular function and form changed. The Cardiovascular function was enhanced by the training time. There is a lot of obviously difference among these three groups. Amateur training groups rest heart rate had a tendency of decrease, and minute output, stroke volume, and ejection fraction had significant improvement. There was no significant difference between the three month and general. Aerobics is the one of the best way to enhance female cardiovascular function. Aerobics can develop the cardiovascular function effectively. And the working capacity of Cardiovascular can be enhanced and developed. Else the Aerobics can accelerate the oxygenic metabolism and improve the ability of ventricle muscle, improve heart sendout and enhancement the capability of ventricle hive. Meanwhile the results also remind us that Aerobics is only fit in with generals and the cardiovascular patients must be careful to do so.
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
CitationLi, W., & Li, Y. (2005, August). A study of aerobic dance effect on cardiovascular system of university female students. Paper presented at the 15th International Association of Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women Congress, Edmonton, Canada.
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