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THE EFFECTS OF INTENSITY LEVELS ON TRAINING PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BODY COMPOSITION AND BODY COMPOSITION

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1Background of the Study

The strong relationship between physical activity (PA), health and wellness is not in doubt because PA has many health and fitness benefits which are well documented.These benefits are enjoyed due to regular participation in an exercise programme. At the time when exercise scientists demonstrated the association between longevity and exercise, researchers (Nieman, 1998; Venkateswarlu, 2010; Kenny, Wilmore & Costill, 2012; &Heyward, 2014)in the field of cardiology began to understand that regular physical exercise reduces cardiovascular risk factors by reducing blood pressure, type-2 diabetes, hypertension, stroke, gallbladder disease, post-menopausal breast cancer, colon and other cancers. The primary goal of exercise may dictate the mode (type),frequency, duration and intensity of the exercise prescription. The concern about the proper dose of exercise prescription that will bring about a desired effect (response) is similar to the physician‟s need to know the type and quantity of a drug as well as the time frame over which it must be taken to cause the desired health effects (Powers & Howley, 2012). It is a common fact that the dose of physical activity improves health-related outcomes, such as lower mean arterial pressure (MAP), resting heart rate (RHR), percent body fat (%BF), visceral fat (VF) and increased maximum oxygen uptake (VO2max).

Statement of Problem

Despite the established benefits of regular PA on health and well-being among adolescents in developed nations including the United States of America, current levels of PA within school aged youth are widely regarded as insufficient to meet the recommendations for intensity (Ekelund, Tomkinson & Armstrong, 2011). The current era is characterized by kinetic limitations, both in children and adolescents. Children and adolescents today, expend less energy than did their counterparts of 40 years ago, and are 40% less active than they were 30 years ago (Mavrovouniotis, 2012). Adolescents today spend their free time mainly in sedentary behaviours, such as television viewing, computer and video games, use of automation devices as means of transportation to and from school, phone chatting, messaging, washing clothes with machines dryers and other labour-saving and muscular work-saving technologies.

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