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Journal:   HARAKAT   Fall 2001 , Volume - , Number 9; Page(s) 115 To 126.
 
Paper: 

THE IMPACT OF WARM UP METHODS ON THE RESULTS OF A STRENGTH EXERCISE PROGRAM

 
 
Author(s):  MOHAMMADZADEH HASAN*
 
* UNIVERSITY OF ORUMIEH
 
Abstract: 
Does warmup influence the muscles strength of individuals in every exercise session or match? How much does warm up, either active or passive, help one to benefit from a specific exercise program. Clarifying these points will help us to use the warm up programs in sport activities beneficiently, and to substitute each method for the other. 40 subjects taking general course in physical education were selected through random samplings, 20 of whom were assigned to an active warm up group and the remaining 20 to a passive warm up group.
A dynamometer was applied in three steps in a test of maximum strength isometric having hands as options (dependent variable). The first step involved evaluating the maximumstrength isometric of hands in both groups in a pretest. In the second step having the impact of the independent variable (active and passive warm up methods), the researcher used the test of the maximum strength of hands. The third step involved eight weeks of exercise, 3 sessions per week, for both groups accompained by a warm up excersie in the beginning. Finally, the test of maximum strength of hands was applied.
The results were analyzed for both dependent and independent groups at a p:SO.05 level. It was concluded that probably the warm up, active or passive, promotes the isometric strength of hands in an exercise session.
 
Keyword(s): ACTIVE WARM UP , PASSIVEWARM UP , MAXIMUMVOLUNTARY ISOMETRIC STRENGTH.
 
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