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Autor/inn/enBendiksen, Mads; Williams, Craig A.; Hornstrup, Therese; Clausen, Helle; Kloppenborg, Jesper; Shumikhin, Dmitriy; Brito, João; Horton, Joshua; Barene, Svein; Jackman, Sarah R.; Krustrup, Peter
TitelHeart rate response and fitness effects of various types of physical education for 8- to 9-year-old schoolchildren.
Gefälligkeitsübersetzung: Herzfrequenz-Reaktion und fitnessbezogene Auswirkungen verschiedener Arten des Sportunterrichts für acht- bis neunjährige Schulkinder.
QuelleIn: European journal of sport science, 14 (2014) 8, S. 861-869
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Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttyponline; gedruckt; Zeitschriftenaufsatz
ISSN1536-7290; 1746-1391
DOI10.1080/17461391.2014.884168
SchlagwörterEmpirische Untersuchung; Videospiel; Kind; Unterrichtsgestaltung; Herzfrequenz; Ausdauer; Fitness; Mannschaftssport; Sportpädagogik; Sportspiel; Sportunterricht; Training; Trainingsprogramm; Trainingswissenschaft; Belastung; Wirkung
AbstractThe present study investigated the heart rate (HR) response to various types of physical education (PE) activities for 8- to 9-year-olds (five school classes, n = 93) and the fitness effects of a short-term PE training programme (three of the five classes, n = 59) with high compared to low-to-moderate aerobic intensity. HR was recorded during small-sided indoor soccer (SO), basketball (BB), unihockey (UH), circuit training (CT), walking (W) and Nintendo Wii Boxing (NWB) and Nintendo Wii Tennis (NWT). Maximal HR (HRmax) and physical fitness was determined by the Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Level 1 Children's test (YYIR1C) test. Following cluster randomisation, three classes were tested before and after 6 wks with 2 x 30 min/wk SO and UH lessons [high-intensity (HI), 2 classes, n = 39] or low-to-moderate intensity PE lessons (CON, 1 class, n = 20). Average HR in SO (76 ± 1% HRmax), BA (77 ± 1% HRmax) and UH (74 ± 1% HRmax) was higher (P ( 0.05) than in CT (62 ± 1% HRmax), W (57 ± 1% HRmax), NWB (65 ± 2% HRmax) and NWT (57 ± 1% HRmax). Time with HR ) 80% and 90% HRmax, respectively, was higher (P ( 0.05) in SO (42 ± 4 and 12 ± 2%), BB (41 ± 5 and 13 ± 3%) and UH (34 ± 3 and 9 ± 2%) than in CT, W and NW (0-5%), with time )80% HRmax being higher (P ( 0.05) in SO than UH. After 6 wk, YYIR1C performance was increased (P ( 0.05) by 22% in HI (673 ± 57 to 821 ± 71 m), but unaltered in CON (674 ± 88 to 568 ± 81 m). HR 2 min into YYIR1C was lowered (P ( 0.05) in HI after 6 wks (92.4 ± 0.8 to 89.1 ± 0.9% HRmax), but not in CON. In conclusion, ball games elicited high aerobic loading for young schoolchildren and a short-term, low-volume ball game PE-intervention improved physical fitness. Traditional PE sessions had no effects on intermittent exercise performance. Verf.-Referat.
Erfasst vonBundesinstitut für Sportwissenschaft, Bonn
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