Cadetes of the Academia do Polícia Militar do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
AbstractThe objective of the present study was to verify the correlation level among the max, the relative fat and the profile lipídico of 51 Cadets (Age = 23.63 3.58 years; Weight = 74.13 ± 10.46 kg; Height = 1.76 ± 0.06 m; IMC = 23.99 2.76 kg/m2), of the masculine gender, of the Academy of the Military police of the State of Rio de Janeiro, of the year of 2007. The subjects were active and participants of the military physical training (TFM) accomplished five times a week, with duration of 60 minutes for session. They were appraised: the max for ergoespirometria (I record of progressive effort, with constant inclination of 3% and initial speed of 4,0km/h), the relative fat (% G - I record of three cutaneous folds) and the profile lipídico, through the method Enzymatic Calorimétrico in the variables: total cholesterol (CT), triglicérides (TG), lipoproteína of density high-cholesterol (HDL-C) and lipoproteína of density low-cholesterol (LDL-C). The test of correlation of Spearman presented correlation significant between max and TG (r = -0,289; p = 0,04), max and HDL-C (r = 0,277; p = 0,049),% G and TG (r = 0,296; p = 0,035),% G and HDL-C (r = 0,338; p = 0,015). Like this, these discoveries point a discreet relationship between the profile lipídico and the maximum consumption of oxygen corroborating the need to consider other factors as the feeding and the intensity of the exercises in the investigation of this relationship.
Key Words: training, VO2 max, relative fat, lipidic profile.
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