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Exercise Science 2007;16(2): 141-150.
8주간 인터벌과 레피티션 웨이트 트레이닝이 하지 근지구력 향상에 미치는 영향
유영규, 김석희
명지대학교
The Effects of Interval & Repetition Weight Training on Improvement of The Lower Limbs Muscle Endurance in following 8 weeks
ABSTRACT
Yu, Y.K., & Kim, S.H. The Effects of Interval & Repetition Weight Training on Improvement of The Lower Limbs Muscle Endurance in following 8 weeks. Exercise Science. 16(2): 141-150, 2007. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of the intermediate muscle endurance training on muscle endurance. Research subjects were some of 12 college man students who play the basketball & volleyball. They were divided into two types of experimental groups; group of the interval training and repetition training. Substance of muscle endurance training was made up weight training of squat, leg extension, leg curl, leg press. Observation variable was preㆍpost test in two time, test was muscle endurance. Results found from such a comparative analysis study were as follows; It appeared that in the effect of the muscle endurance test variation of preㆍpost training in all contents, and it showed a statistically significant difference at two types of experimental groups. It appeared that in the muscle endurance test variation between group in all contents, and it showed a statistically significant difference. It appeared that in a statistically significant difference the interaction effect of the field test in all contents.
Key words: the intermediate muscle endurance training, muscle endurance, the interval training, the repetition training
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