EFFECT OF PUBERTAL MATURATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANAEROBIC POWER IN COLLEGE STUDENTS 11-16 YEARS OF ALGERIAJournal: The Swedish Journal of Scientific Research (SJSR) (Vol.2, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2015-03-01
Authors : Belkacem KHIAT Hacène MEHDIOUI Mohamed BOUGRIDA;
Page : 14-18
Keywords : Puberty stages. Anaerobic power. Scholar boys. Anthropometric indicators;
The aim of this long study was to examine the pattern of change of boy’s anaerobic power during the different stages of puberty. 82 sedentary scholar boys aged from 11 to 16 years agreed to been followed for 2 years, in their schools. We proceed to measure the different anthropometric indicators. Stages of maturation were estimated according to Tanner’s classification. The evaluation of the anaerobic process was done through the speed-force’s test of Vandewalle. The results show that the majority of morphological indicators of the population developed very significantly from the first to the fourth stage of puberty. The transition from the second to the third stage of puberty seems decisive in the evolution of major morphological and physiological effort parameters. From stage 1 to stage 4 there has been a very significant development (p?0.001) of Anaerobic Maximal Power (Wanmax) and Maximum Force (Fo). Among boys, the passage from the second to the third stage of puberty seems decisive in the evolution of principles morphological and physiological parameters of the effort.
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