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Tanha Govasaraei M. Aerobic Capacity and Chest Pain in Novice Scuba Divers. HASES 2023; 3 (1) :402-408
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Sport Science Department, Imam Hossein University, Tehran, Iran. , T.Govasaraei@gmail.com
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Aerobic power indicates the maximum amount of Oxygen intake that a person uses during strenuous physical activities under the sea. Accordingly, the significance of aerobic power in divers who spend much time under the water must be addressed. In order to investigate the matter, this study examines the correlation of aerobic power with increasing diving depth of divers and its relationship with their chest pain. The statistical population includes 70 students from a diving class of a Diving School in Bandar Anzali. The group consists of 20 male subjects randomly selected according to Morgan's table, aged 18 to 25, with no history of health issues, smoking, and professional sports activities. The results indicated a significant relationship between aerobic power and diving depth until the onset of chest pain; a significant inverse relationship between aerobic capacity and the intensity of chest pain; and a significant relationship was observed between aerobic capacity and duration of chest pain. These results are in favor of the effect of aerobic capacity in prevention of chest pain in divers.
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Motor behavior
Received: 2024/05/11 | Accepted: 2023/02/20 | Published: 2023/02/20

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