Comparing the effect of visual and non-visual music on functional factors in a progressive aerobic exercise program

  • Faezeh Alizadeh Master Student of Applied Physiology, Shomal University, Amol, Iran
  • Zeinab Ramzani Master Student of Applied Physiology, Shomal University, Amol, Iran
  • Ali Reza Amani Assistant Professor of Sport Physiology, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Shomal University, Amol, Iran
Keywords: Perceiving the exercise pressure, the burnout time, maximum oxygen consumption, heart rate.

Abstract

 Objective: Aerobic exercises have a significant effect on losing weight and increasing the energy levels. This research aimed to increase the fatigue time in this type of exercises, making it more enjoyable.

 Method: In this study, eight physical education female students with the same preparedness level were selected by random sampling. The subjects participated ina periodic aerobic exercise during three stages with an interval of 48 hours. The test was based on the Bruce Protocol, which measured the burnout, the maximum oxygen consumption, the perceived exercise pressure, and the heart rate in each stage.

 Findings: the results revealed that there was a significant difference in the subjects’ burnout time (p = 0.039) while the impact of the visual music compared to the non-visual music in perceiving the exercise pressure was significantly different (p = 0.034). Nonetheless, while measuring the heart rate (p = 0.443), the maximum oxygen consumption (p <0.05) had no significant effect.

 Conclusion: In was found in the current research that the visual music can be a stronger factor than the non-visual music in making the exercise more enjoyable and increasing the fatigue time.

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Published
2017-10-20
How to Cite
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Alizadeh F, Ramzani Z, Amani AR. Comparing the effect of visual and non-visual music on functional factors in a progressive aerobic exercise program. International Journal of Applied Exercise Physiology [Internet]. 20Oct.2017 [cited 18Dec.2017];6(3):66-1. Available from: http://www.ijaep.com/index.php/IJAE/article/view/192
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Sport Science