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Analiza vadbenih programov v koronarnih društvih in klubih v Sloveniji
Dragan, Tjaša (Author), Kacin, Alan (Author)

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Abstract
Uvod: Program vadbe za srčno-žilne bolnike in ogrožene osebe mora biti varen in učinkovit, zato je treba zagotavljati primerno strukturo in izvedbo programov in učinkovito spremljati vadeče. Namen raziskave je bil proučiti organiziranost in najpomembnejše značilnosti vadbenih programov za koronarne bolnike v Sloveniji. Metode: V raziskavi je bila uporabljena metoda anketiranja. Vprašalnik smo po elektronski pošti poslali 150 vaditeljem, ki vodijo vadbe v koronarnih društvih in klubih po Sloveniji. Za predstavitev rezultatov je bila uporabljena opisna statistika. Rezultati: Anketo je izpolnilo 42 (28,0 %) vaditeljev. Največ programov (54,7 %) se je izvajalo v 60-minutnih vadbenih enotah, najpogosteje (64,3 %) dvakrat na teden. V največ programih so se izvajale vaje za gibljivost in raztezanje (95,2 %), vaje za izboljšanje ravnotežja (83,3 %), kontinuirana aerobna vadba (69,0 %), vadba proti uporu (54,8 %) in intervalna vadba (45,2 %), v nekaj programih pa tudi vaje za sproščanje, dihalne vaje, vaje za koordinacijo in krožno vadbo (26,2 %). Zaključki: Glede na priporočila iz literature ugotavljamo, da bi vadbeni programi v koronarnih društvih in klubih v Sloveniji morali aerobno intervalno vadbo in vadbo proti uporu izvajati v večjem obsegu in pogosteje. Večina drugih priporočil je bila primerno vključena v programe.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:bolezni srca in ožilja, preventivni vadbeni programi, kardiovaskulane bolezni, gibalna terapija
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:ZF - University College of Health Studies
Year:2014
Number of pages:str. 38-44
Numbering:Letn. 22, št. 1
UDC:615.825:616.1
ISSN on article:1318-2102
URN:URN:NBN:SI:doc-SEJPEVUP
COBISS.SI-ID:4696171 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Fizioterapija
Shortened title:Fizioterapija
Publisher:Društvo fizioterapevtov Slovenije
ISSN:1318-2102
COBISS.SI-ID:30074880 This link opens in a new window

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Language:English
Title:Analysis of exercise programmes in coronary clubs in Slovenia
Abstract:
Background: Given that exercise programmes for patients with coronary disease or those at risk must be safe and effective, it is necessary to ensure appropriate exercise programme structure and implementation, as well as to use effective patient monitoring. The purpose of the present research was to elucidate key characteristics of exercise programmes in coronary clubs in Slovenia. Methods: A structured questionnaire was sent by e-mail to 150 exercise instructors engaged in Slovenian coronary clubs. Descriptive statistics were used for presentation of results. Results: Twenty-four (28.0%) exercise instructors filled-in and returned the questionnaire. The majority of exercise units (54.7%) was of 60 minutes duration and was carried out twice a week (64.3%). Most of the programmes comprised flexibility exercise and stretching (95.2%), balance exercises (83.3%), steady-state aerobic exercise (69.0%), resistance exercise (54.8%) and interval training (45.2%), in some cases also whole-body relaxation and breathing exercises, coordination and circuit exercises (26.2%). Conclusions: According to recommendations in the literature, the analysed exercise programmes should have comprised more aerobic interval training and resistance exercises. Also, exercise units should have been organised more than twice weekly. Other recommendations have been successfully incorporated in current programmes.

Keywords:cardiovascular diaseases, preventive exercise programmes, exercise therapy

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