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"Medicina Sportiva" No.14 - 2008 The 15-th Sports Medicine Balkan Congress
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BODY COMPOSITION A PROBLEM OF THIS TIME

Balan Valeria Cristina1, Ion Marinela 2
1National Academy of Physical Education and Sport,
2Jean Monnet High School, Bucharest, Romania

Introduction. The research and the application of the best methods for maintaining the optimal body weight have become some of the principal problems of this time. The body composition determines a lot of the diets which have proved to be inefficient in time unless they aren’t accompanied by performing of the physical effort, kinesitherapy, psychology, etc.
Material and methods. In this study we want to ascertain whether practicing of sport determines the optimization of the body weight and a superior physical development. For this we measured the hypodermic tissue of a 80 teen-agers (40 swimmers and 40 no sportsmen). The Pariscova and Yuhasz methods were used to interpret the data acquired.
Results and conclusions - We have come to the conclusion that there are differences between the body composition of those who do not practice any sports. These differences are one of the results of the number of the hours of the physical activities practiced during a week.
Key words: measures, hypodermic tissue, teen-agers.





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