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Type: Artigo
Title: Survey Knee Functionality Practitioners Women Bodypump™ [inquérito Sobre A Funcionalidade Do Joelho Em Mulheres Praticantes De Bodypum™]
Title Alternative: Inquérito Sobre A Funcionalidade Do Joelho Em Mulheres Praticantes De Bodypum™
Author: De Oliveira D.V.
De Souza C.R.L.
Do Nascimento Júnior J.R.A.
Abstract: This study aimed to examine the knee functionality exclusively BODYPUMP ™ practitioners women. 40 women were evaluated. The investigation of knee functionality was through the Cincinatti adapted questionnaire, which varies from 0 to 100 scores, and the closer to 100, more functional knee. In general, women had a median score of 88.5 of knee functionality. It was also found that most women did not have falseio knee (60%) showed no limitation to perform the walk (65%) and stairs (60%). It was observed that 45% of women reported no limitation for the race and, for the jumps and spins; most women did not have limitation (37.5%) or had mild disability (30%). Most women reported that they do not feel pain during the BODYPUMP ™ exercises (52.5%), however, 45% reported pain during the execution of the squat and sink in this mode. There was a significant difference (p> 0.05) in the comparison of the knee of BODYPUMP ™ practitioners women functionality due to the practice time, indicating that women who practice this sport for more than five years had higher scores, ie better knee functionality when compared to women practitioners between three months and one year (p = 0.048). It is concluded that BODYPUMP ™ practitioner's women have good functionality of the knee, considered the highest score of the instrument used.
Subject: Fitness
Functional Capacity
Physical Exercise
Resistance Exercise
Editor: Centro Universitario Sao Camilo
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.15343/0104-7809.20164002199207
Date Issue: 2016
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