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    STUDIA EDUCATIO ARTIS GYMNASTICAE - Issue no. 2 / 2012  
         
  Article:   THE INFLUENCE OF MAXIMAL AEROBIC EFFORT OVER THE CONTACT AND BODY CONTROL.

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  Abstract:  Background. Your body constantly adapts to the stresses under which you place it. Exercise is one such stress. Over time, your body will physiologically adapt to aerobic training. Researchers measured changes before and after training in many physiological factors, including changes in different muscle fibers types. They discovered major changes in the strength and power of both slow twitch and fast twitch oxidative muscle fibers as a result of the training. Since adaptations only occur in muscle fibers that are active during exercise this study supports the findings of Dudley, showing that both slow and fast twitch fibers are active during easy to moderate intensity run training. Aims. We have set a few simple aims for this study: (a) to unveil the road towards further research in the physiological adaptation of the organism to different kinds of efforts; (b) to identify a clear effect of maximal aerobic effort. Methods. We used the Cooper aerobic test and the MGM-15 Jump Carpet for every stage of our study. Results. The data we gathered had a span between 5.7 and 8.95 for the initial test and between 7.99 and 8.07 for the final test. The results for the Cooper test were 3000m for one subject, 2800m for other two subjects and 2600m for the last one, all this corresponding to grades ranging from Good to Very Good. Conclusions. Considering the fact that all the subject registered a Good or above grade at the aerobic test strengthens the fact that the influence of the aerobic effort on the muscle and movement control is dependent on the level of effort deployed and also by the training level of the subjects, due to the fact that none of them had any special and individual training before the study.

Keywords: aerobic effort, muscle, control, sport, measurement, training
 
         
     
         
         
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