Fitness in Young Women: A Series of Anatomical and Anthropological
Indicators and Morphofunctional Values
Department of Medical and Biological Foundations of Sports and Physical
Rehabilitation, The Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University, Nilolaev, Ukraine
*Corresponding Author: Bugaevsky KA, Department of Medical and Biological Foundations of Sports and Physical Rehabilitation, The Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University, Nilolaev, Ukraine.
August 09, 2023; Published: August 27, 2023
The article presents the results of a study devoted to the study of the values of a number of anthropometric and morpho-functional indicators in young women of youthful and first adulthood, regularly engaged in recreational fitness. It was found that among the values of the morphological index among female students engaged in recreational fitness, the dolichomorphic type prevails - in 32 (66.67%) girls, and in the group of young women of the first mature age, brachymorphs dominate - 16 (41.03%). In the group of women of the first mature age, negatively altered types of values of the trochanter index dominate - in the vast majority of young women of the first mature age - in 37 (94.87%), and in 45 (93.75%) female students there are various types of violations of individual evolution, not corresponding to their biological sex/gender.
Keywords: Young Women; Adolescence; First Reproductive Age; Health-Improving Fitness; Anthropometric Values; Morphological Parameters; Motivation
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