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Title: 知的障害児における代謝と肥満と運動
Other Titles: The relation between Metabolism, Obesity and Exercise in Mentally Retarded Children
Authors: 土屋, 美穂
山西, 哲郎
中下, 富子
横尾, 尚史
Keywords: mentally retarded children
resting energy expenditure
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: 群馬大学教育学部
Citation: 群馬大学教育学部紀要 芸術・技術・体育・生活科学編. 39, 115-124 (2004)
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to examine that the relation between metabolism, obesity and exercise for mentally retarded children. The subjects were mentally retarded children(boys:n = 29, girls:n = 8 aged 13 to 18 years). REE:resting energy expenditure values were measured by Portable Indirect Calorimeter(Metavine).The determination of REE has been indicated as one of the important parameters to evaluate the conditions of health In this sutudy we were measured to REE of mentally retarded children. The correlationships among body weight,body fat, lean body mass,and REE were analyzed.Significant negative correlations were obtained between REE and body weight(p <0.05). And significant negative correlations were obtained between REE and body fat(p <0.01). 16 mentally retarded children (aged 13 to 15 years) performed 15-min resistance training using0.5~1kg dumbbells for 12 weeks. We measured their lean body mass and resting energy expenditure before and after training. After 12 weeks of training, lean body mass and resting energy expenditure in mental retardation pupil were significantly (p <0.05) increase(lean body mass:34.9± 10.7 → 36.1 ± 10.9 resting energy expenditure:34.9±8.2 → 38.4±8.5).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/913
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