Volume 20, Issue 107 (5-2013)                   RJMS 2013, 20(107): 32-39 | Back to browse issues page

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Barzegar H, Soori R, Akbarnejad A, Vosadi E. The effect of music on athletic cardio-respiratory responses and perceived exertion rate during incremental exercise. RJMS 2013; 20 (107) :32-39
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University of Tehran
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  Background: The purpose of this study was to study the effect of fast music rhythm on cardio- respiratory responses and perceived exertion rate during incremental exercise in athletic men.

  Methods : Ten athlete males (age: 22 2.44 yr, height: 176 ± 6.72 cm, weight: 69.4 ±4.65 kg), voluntarily performed Bruce protocol until exhaustion with fast music condition, and cross-over format, with 72 hours between the two stages of test. Cardio- respiratory indexes was assessed at 3, 6, 9 and 12 minutes

  Results: The results show that listening to fast rhythm music during incremental exercise significantly increases stroke volume, ventilation and breathe per minute and significantly decreases perceived exertion rate and heart rate.

  Conclusions: This study show that listening to fast rhythm music decreases rate perception exertion and improves heart function by increasing stroke volume and decreasing heart rate during incremental exercise .

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