Investigating the effect of six weeks of fast periodic exercises on the association of some physical fitness and anthropometric parameters of running speed in male students aged 8 to 11 years.
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Introduction: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of six weeks of fast frequency training on the association of some physical fitness and anthropometric factors in running speed in male students aged 8 to 11 years.
Methodology: A volunteered 60-meter test was taken from the children. Top 30 were selected as research sample. They were randomly divided into two groups of 15 (experimental and control groups). First, the anthropometric and physical fitness characteristics of both groups (control and experimental) were measured. Then six weeks of fast paced exercise. The 60-meter test was repeated and the anthropometric characteristics and physical fitness of both groups (control and experimental) were measured. The correlation between the measured characteristics of running speed before and after six weeks of training was done. Then, the level of change in communication before and after exercise in both control and exercise groups was performed. Pearson's correlation coefficient and independent t-test were used to test the changes in variables at the significance level of α-0.05.
Results: Six weekly periodic exercises have a significant effect on the relationship between the power of the explosive foot and the speed of the photo, the height, the legs, the thighs, the thighs, and the chest circumference at the speed of the pupils aged 8 to 11 years. Six weekly periodic exercise was also conducted on the relationship between agility, balance, ankle flexibility, sitting height, arm length, arm circumference, body mass index, and height-to-length ratio of legs, waist to hip ratio in a student Male students aged 8 to 11 have no meaningful effect.
Discussion: Therefore, it can be said that six weeks of periodic frequency training can improve the association of some factors of physical fitness and accelerometer anthropometric factors in students aged 8 to 11 years.
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