Uluslararası Beden Eğitimi Spor Rekreasyon ve Dans Dergisi

ISSN:2667-4777

Examination of Effect of Eight-Week Strength Training On Some Physical Fitness Parameters of 13-16 Years Old Children


The aim of this study was to investigate the effect on some physical fitness parameters for 8 weeks of strength training for children between 13-16 years. Research ranging from ages 13-16, 12 male and 10 female students participated in a total of 22 children. In tests and measurements, all children were volunteer and had no problem in terms of health. Mean age, height and body mass of students who participated in the study were for girls 14,50±1,26 years, 1,52±0,05 m and 51,00±8,00 kg, and for boys 14,50±0,90 years, 1,62±0,09 m and 53,58±7,10 kg, respectively. Students were performed during eight-week of strength training. Flamingo balance test, sit down and access the test, standing double foot forward jump, vertical jump, anaerobic power, grip strength test, shuttle test, bent arm holding test, 10mx5 shuttle run were applied to determine on some of physical fitness parameters. Body mass index is calculated by dividing the square of height (m) to body weight (kg), All of the tests applied in the study according to age group and gender distribution was evaluated by calculating the percentage. For fameles; flamingo balance test, sit down and access the test, the lead pair of feet standing jump, vertical jump and anaerobic power, grip strength test, shuttle test, bent arm holding test, 10mx5 shuttle run tests compared to pre-test and post-test values statistically significant differences were found (p<0,05) for boys; flamingo balance test, sit down and access the test, the lead pair of feet standing jump, vertical jump and anaerobic power, grip strength test, shuttle test, bent arm holding test, 10mx5 shuttle run tests compared to pre-test and post-test values statistically significant differences were found (p<0,05). By comparison by gender standing double foot forward jump, vertical jump and anaerobic power, shuttle test, bent arm holding test, shuttle run 10mx5 statistically significant increases were observed in tests (p<0,05) Statistically significant differences were not observed in flamingo balance test, sit down and access the test and grip strength test scores (p>0,05). In conclusion, this study of children aged 13-16, 8weeks of strength training contribute to the development of some physical fitness and at these ages, exercises with their own body weight has been shown to be more suitable to increase the strength.


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Examination of Effect of Eight-Week Strength Training On Some Physical Fitness Parameters of 13-16 Years Old Children

Author : Murat Yılmaz - Prof. Dr. Hasan AKKUŞ
Number of pages: 47-62
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29228/ispes.1.551
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Uluslararası Beden Eğitimi Spor Rekreasyon ve Dans Dergisi
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