Peculiarities of parameters of aerobic and anaerobic productivity depending on the components of body weight in young males from the mountainous districts of Zakarpattia

Dulo, O. A., Furman, Y. M., Hema-Bahyna, N. M., Horvat, P. P., Kutek, T. B. (2023) Peculiarities of parameters of aerobic and anaerobic productivity depending on the components of body weight in young males from the mountainous districts of Zakarpattia. Journal of International Dental and Medical Research (11). pp. 2389-2394. ISSN 1309-100X

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Abstract Objective: The aim: To establish differences in the aerobic and anaerobic capacity in young males with different components of body weight who live in the mountainous districts of Zakarpattia region. Patients and methods: Materials and methods: 124 young men aged 17-21 were examined to determine the aerobic and anaerobic capabilities of the body, taking into account the components of body weight. Results: Results: The level of aerobic productivity, which reflects physical health, depends on the component composition of the body. The highest level of aerobic capacity in terms of the VО2 max rel. is found in young males who have normal body weight with a high and a very high relative content of skeletal muscle, a low relative content of fat, and a normal level of visceral fat. As a consequence, their physical health exceeds "safe health level", namely 42 ml∙min-1∙kg-1, and corresponds to "average" according to Ya.P. Piarnat's criteria. Conclusion: Conclusions: A high relative fat content negatively affects the functional capabilities of the body of young males in both aerobic and anaerobic modes of energy supply. With the growth in the relative content of skeletal muscles, the increase of the aerobic capacity of the body, as well as the growth of the capacity of alactic and lactic energy supply processes is observed. None of the examined males had "good" or "excellent" parameters of aerobic processes.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: body mass; fat; post-pubertal age; skeletal muscles.
Subjects: A General Works > AZ History of Scholarship The Humanities
Divisions: Faculty of Physical Education and Sport > Department of Theoretical and Methodological Foundations of Physical Education and Sport
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email kaf.fiz.vyh@gmail.com
Date Deposited: 13 Feb 2024 16:11
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2024 16:11
URI: http://eprints.zu.edu.ua/id/eprint/38996

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