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POVEZANOST NAJVEČJE MOČI STISKA ROK Z ANTROPOMETRIČNIMI SPREMENLJIVKAMI ZGORNJIH OKONČIN : diplomsko delo
Gjergek, Urška (Author), Vodičar, Janez (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Milić, Radoje (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Temeljni namen diplomskega dela je raziskati povezanost največje moči stiska roke z antropometričnimi spremenljivkami zgornjih okončin. Zanimal nas je vpliv posamezne antropometrične spremenljivke, ter njihove povezanosti med seboj. Poleg tega, smo se osredotočili tudi na razlike v meritvah med dominantno in nedominantno roko v danih spremenljivkah. Da bi to preverili, je 86 merjenk (žensk), različne treniranosti (študentke FŠ, igralke nogometa, igralke rokometa) izvedlo sklop meritev v laboratoriju za fiziologijo. Preverjali smo šest antropometričnih spremenljivk (obseg nadlahti, obseg podlahti, obseg zapestja, obseg komolčnega sklepa, pusta mišična masa telesa in pusta mišična masa roke), ter največjo moč stiska roke. Rezultati so pokazali statistično značilno razliko med največjo močjo stiska roke dominantne in nedominantne roke. Prav tako so bile statistično značilne povezave največje moči stiska roke s petimi antropometričnimi spremenljivkami (obseg komolčnega sklepa, obseg nadlahti, obseg podlahti, pusta mišična masa telesa in pusta mišična masa roke). Najmočnejšo povezavo smo zaznali med največjo močjo stiska roke in obsegom komolčnega sklepa. Le-ta pa je močno povezan s pusto mišično maso telesa. Odsotna je zgolj povezava z obsegom zapestja (p=0,20).

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:največja moč stiska roke, antropometrične meritve, zgornje okončine, pusta mišična masa, telesna pripravljenost
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FŠ - Faculty of Sport
Year:2017
COBISS.SI-ID:5296305 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:CORRELATION OF MAXIMUM HAND-GRIP STRENGHT WITH ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASURMENTS OF UPPER LIMBS
Abstract:
The purpose of this study diploma was to investigate the connection of the maximum strength of the hand-grip with the anthropometric parameters of the upper limbs. We were interested in the influence of the individual anthropometric parameter on maximum hand-grib strenght and their relationship to each other. In addition, we also focused on the differences in measurements between dominant to non-dominant hand in given parameters. 86 women, various fitness levels (sport students, football players, handball players) participated in this study at Faculty of sport. We examined six anthropometric parameters (circumference of the upper arms, circumference of the forearm, the circumference of the wrist, circumference of the elbow joint, lean muscle mass of the body and the lean muscle mass of the arm), and the maximum strength of the hand-grip. The results showed a statistically significant difference between the maximum strength of the hand-grip of predominant and non-dominant hand. Statistically significant correlations were also found in the maximum strength of the hand-grip with five anthropometric parameters (circumference of the upper arms, circumference of the forearm, circumference of the elbow joint, lean muscle mass of the body and the lean muscle mass of the arm). The strongest correlations were detected among the maximum strength of the hand-grip and the circumference of the elbow joint. However, the circumference of the elbow joint is strongly related to the lean muscle mass of the body. Correlation was not found between the circumference of the wrist and maximum strength of the hand-grip (p = 0.20).

Keywords:maximum hand-grip strenght, anthropometric measurements, upper limbs, lean body mass, body fitness

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