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|Título: ||Morphometric study for estimation and validation of trunk transverse surface area to assess human drag force on water|
|Autor: ||Morais, J.E.|
Barbosa, Tiago M.
Frontal surface area
|Issue Date: ||2011|
|Editora: ||ACAD Physical Education-Katowice|
|Citação: ||Morais, J.E.; Costa, M.J.; Meijas, J.E.; Marinho, D.A.; Silva, A.J.; Barbosa, Tiago M. (2011) - Morphometric study for estimation and validation of trunk transverse surface area to assess human drag force on water. Journal of Human Kinetics. ISSN 1640-5544. 28, p. 5-13|
|Resumo: ||The aim of this study was to compute and validate estimation equations for the trunk transverse surface area (TTSA) to be used in assessing the swimmer's drag force in both genders. One group of 133 swimmers (56 females, 77 males) was used to compute the estimation equations and another group of 131 swimmers (56 females, 75 males) was used for its validations. Swimmers were photographed in the transverse plane from above, on land, in the upright and hydrodynamic position. The TTSA was measured from the swimmer's photo with specific software. Also measured was the height, body mass, biacromial diameter, chest sagital diameter (CSD) and the chest perimeter (CP). With the first group of swimmers, it was computed the TTSA estimation equations based on stepwise multiple regression models from the selected anthropometrical variables. For males TTSA=6.662*CP+17.019*CSD-210.708 (R2=0.32; Ra2=0.30; P<0.01) and for females TTSA=7.002*CP+15.382*CSD-255.70 (R2=0.34; Ra2=0.31; P<0.01). For both genders there were no significant differences between assessed and estimated mean TTSA. Coefficients of determination for the linear regression models between assessed and estimated TTSA were R2=0.39 for males and R2=0.55 for females. More than 80% of the plots were within the 95% interval confidence for the Bland-Altman analysis in both genders.|
|Arbitragem científica: ||yes|
|Appears in Collections:||DCDEF - Artigos em Revistas Indexados ao ISI/Scopus|
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