2017, Volume 13, Issue 1

The effect of preparation period trainings on respiratory muscle strength of hearing impaired judokas



Özgür Bostancı1, Mustafa Özdal2, Hakan Mayda1, Menderes Kabadayı1

1Yaşar Doğu Faculty of Sports Sciences, Ondokuz Mayis University, Turkey
2School of Physical Education and Sports, Gaziantep University, Turkey


Author for correspondence: Özgür Bostancı; Yaşar Doğu Faculty of Sports Sciences, Ondokuz Mayis University, Turkey

Author for correspondence: Hakan Mayda; Yaşar Doğu Faculty of Sports Sciences, Ondokuz Mayis University, Turkey; email: hakan_mayda@hotmail.com


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Abstract

Background & Study Aim: The delay in the motor development of disabled people results from a lack of experience, rather than a loss of an ability. Thus, disabled people should be provided with suitable exercise environment, motivated to participate in physical activities and even encouraged to do sports for rehabilitation. The purpose of this study is the effect of 4-week-long preparation period judo training programs on the respiratory functions, inspiratory and expiratory muscle strength of male and female hearing impaired judokas.

Material & Methods: A total of 27 hearing impaired judokas, 13 male and 14 female, participated in the study voluntarily. Measurements were made 2 days before the training program started and 2 days after the training program ended. The indicators obtained from these measurements were maximal inspiratory pressure (MIP), maximal expiratory pressure (MEP), vital capacity (VC), tidal volume (TV), forced vital capacity (FVC), forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1), FEV1/FVC, forced inspiratory vital capacity (FIVC), maximal voluntary ventilation (MVV) and respiratory rate (RR). A paired samples t test was used for pre-test post-test differences, while an independent samples t test was used for differences between genders.

Results: Statistical significance was found in all respiration indicators measured in the analysis of pre-test and post-test differences within groups (p<0.05). No statistically significant difference was found in analysis results between groups in terms of gender. A 4-week-long preparation period training program had a positive effect on the respiration indicators and respiratory muscle strength of male and female athletes. A training program had similar effects on the examined indicators in terms of the variable of gender.

Conclusion: Since the individuals with hearing impaired formed the experimental group, the benefits of judo training applied in individuals with hearing impaired will be important for the literature and may  inspire other researchers in the future.


Key words: aerobic training, Deaf National Team, respiratory frequency, tidal volume, vital capacity


Cite this article as:

AMA:

Bostancı , Özdal M, Mayda H et al. The effect of preparation period trainings on respiratory muscle strength of hearing impaired judokas. SMAES. 2017;13

APA:

Bostancı, ., Özdal, M., Mayda, H., & Kabadayı, M. (2017). The effect of preparation period trainings on respiratory muscle strength of hearing impaired judokas. SMAES, 13

Chicago:

Bostancı, Özgür, Özdal Mustafa, Mayda Hakan, Kabadayı Menderes. 2017. "The effect of preparation period trainings on respiratory muscle strength of hearing impaired judokas". SMAES 13

Harvard:

Bostancı, ., Özdal, M., Mayda, H., and Kabadayı, M. (2017). The effect of preparation period trainings on respiratory muscle strength of hearing impaired judokas. SMAES, 13

MLA:

Kabadayı, Menderes et al. "The effect of preparation period trainings on respiratory muscle strength of hearing impaired judokas." SMAES, vol. 13, 2017

Vancouver:

Bostancı , Özdal M, Mayda H et al. The effect of preparation period trainings on respiratory muscle strength of hearing impaired judokas. SMAES 2017; 13