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A Study on the Effect of Cowboy Dance on the Body Shape, Body Function and Physical Fitness of Female College Students

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DOI: 10.23977/icssme.2019.090


Fu Xinyu, Yao Yazhong

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Fu Xinyu


Jean dancing exercises with an average heart rate of about 140 beats per minute and an average heart rate index of more than 1.8 were conducted twice a week for 18 weeks, twice a week, and 90 minutes each time. These exercises had different effects on various indexes of female college students'body shape, including body weight, BMI, waist circumference, waist-hip ratio, waist-abdomen skin fold thickness and thigh circumference. The effect on lowering the calf circumference is weaker than aerobics; the development of female college students' body function and physical quality, the denim dance also has a positive effect, which is reflected in the decrease of the mind rate of the practitioners, the improvement of lung capacity, balance ability, flexibility and endurance quality. The effect of balance ability is better than aerobics, and the impact on lung capacity is weaker than aerobics.


Cowboy Dance, Female College Students, Body Shape, Body Function

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