THE EFFECT OF ALTERNATING INTENSITY EXERCISES TO DEVELOP SOME ELEMENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS AND HORMONAL AND ANTHROPOMETRIC VARIABLES FOR FEMALE PARTICIPANTS IN GYMS

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  • Asst. Lecturer. Aseel Saad Abdul Hassan Ministry of Education

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/79YHS

Keywords:

alternating intensity exercises, physical fitness, hormonal , anthropometric variables

Abstract

The importance of the research lies in revealing the effect of alternating intensity exercises in the development of some elements of physical fitness and hormonal variables among the participants in order to provide information or scientific facts and accurate indicators of those effects, which can be of assistance to workers in the field of sports training and support what has been extracted from information related to the impact of physical fitness And the researcher believes that the active and active use of exercise as a method of physical balance, this is what prompted the researcher to think about this study in order to know the effect of alternating intensity exercises in developing some elements of physical and hormonal fitness as an indicator of the obese status of women in gyms. The aim of the research is to prepare exercises Alternating intensity in developing some elements of physical and hormonal fitness for female participants in gyms, and identifying the effect of exercises of alternating intensity in developing some elements of physical and hormonal fitness for female participants in gyms.
The researcher used the experimental method (and the design of the two equal groups) for its suitability to the nature of the research problem. The research community was determined by a deliberate method and represented the research community of the participants in the gymnasiums at ages (25-30), where the research sample was chosen with a number of (16) participants and (2) were excluded Participants for the exploratory experiment and by dividing the research sample into two groups (experimental and control) and the distribution was (5) participants for each group. After obtaining the results, they were processed statistically.

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2022-11-05

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