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Anthropometrics Parameter and Their Superior to Predict the Risks Pain Joints Associated with Body Weight among Sportswomen

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dc.contributor.author Zerf, Mohammed
dc.date.accessioned 2019-08-01T10:02:19Z
dc.date.available 2019-08-01T10:02:19Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.uri http://e-biblio.univ-mosta.dz/handle/123456789/12171
dc.description.abstract Background: Newly, the A Body Shape Index (ABSI), hip index (HI) and anthropometric risk index (ARI) have been developed as a possible improved alternative to BMI and WC. While actual research aimed to exanimate the association between the anthropometrics parameter and their superior to predict the risks Pain Joints associated with body weight. Methods: In order to achieve this goal, our total sample consisted of 40 women's soccer team of Relizane at the Algerian football championship, their homogeneity was drawn by age, sex, weight, height and football speciality, tested by Bearing-Sorensen and the Kelly test as a Lumbar Extensor Strength. Results: Body types or shape index are a slight amount of lean body fat, however, waist circumference predicts the metabolic syndrome as a reduced joint range of motion. Conclusion: Since ABSI is the ratio of human body shape to body size healthier prominent in the less body fat. While the body shape type may be considered as a proxy measure of fat distribution, seeing the waist circumference is a predictor for abnormal serum lipid and lipoproteins among Sudanese women. While among healthy sportswomen, our findings support larger WC as pear shape, risks increased body gain weight in the hips and thighs and health risk goes up as waist size increases. en_US
dc.publisher J Morphol Anat en_US
dc.subject Anthropometric en_US
dc.subject Risks Weight-pain joints en_US
dc.subject Healthy sports women en_US
dc.title Anthropometrics Parameter and Their Superior to Predict the Risks Pain Joints Associated with Body Weight among Sportswomen en_US
dc.type Article en_US


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