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effects of high-impact exercise on bone mass in adolescent girls

Kara A. Witzke

effects of high-impact exercise on bone mass in adolescent girls

by Kara A. Witzke

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plyometrics -- Physiological aspects.,
  • Exercise for youth -- Physiological aspects.,
  • Exercise for women -- Physiological aspects.,
  • Bone densitometry.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kara A. Witzke.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination77 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18100443M

    Exercise and Bone Tissue. During long space missions, astronauts can lose approximately 1 to 2 percent of their bone mass per month. This loss of bone mass is thought to be caused by the lack of mechanical stress on astronauts’ bones due to the low gravitational forces in space. Sep 01,  · Pettersson U, Nordstrom P, Alfredson H, et al. Effect of high impact activity on bone mass and size in adolescent females: a comparative study between two different types of sports. Calcif Tissue Int ; –Cited by:

    Aug 01,  · Introduction. The benefits of exercise in adolescents are well established, including improved self-esteem, fewer risk-taking behaviors, increased bone mineral density (BMD), and decreased obesity. 1 – 3 However, when exercise occurs without adequate energy intake to compensate for exercise-related energy expenditure, there may be adverse effects on reproductive, bone, and Cited by: Dec 09,  · Kids' Exercise Builds Strong Bones. During early adulthood bone mass reaches it's peak. Childhood physical activity has been shown to influence this peak bone mass. About half had a Author: Jeanie Lerche Davis.

    exercise and its effect on bone health Bone Growth and Development The mature adult skeleton contains about grams of calcium with the total bone mass Cited by: 1. We developed a brief, novel, school-based exercise intervention programme to improve both bone and metabolic health in primary school girls. • min capoeira plus jumping 3 times/week can improve indices of musculoskeletal and metabolic health of pre- and peripubertal girls.. The programme was successfully accommodated in a primary school academic programme and was feasible and appealing to Cited by:


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Effects of high-impact exercise on bone mass in adolescent girls by Kara A. Witzke Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this group of adolescent girls, lean body mass and leg power independently predicted bone mineral density of the whole body, lumbar spine, femoral shaft, and hip, which may suggest an important role for muscle mass development during growth to maximize peak bone sunshinesteaming.com: Kara Anne Witzke.

Mar 13,  · In conclusion, it appears that in late adolescent women, weight-bearing activities are an important determinant for bone density, and high impact activities such as jumping also seem to be associated with a modification of the bone geometry (hence, the bone width) at the loaded sunshinesteaming.com by: Effects of plyometric jump training on bone mass in adolescent girls Article (PDF Available) in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 32(6) · June with.

Effects of Impact Exercise on bone development in young girls: Exercise has been shown to enhance bone structure at all ages, however the farther from puberty the subject is, the smaller the effects of the exercise are. Effects of plyometric jump training on bone mass in adolescent girl Article (PDF Available) in Medicine and science in sports and exercise 32(6) · January with 3, Reads.

Jun 17,  · Introduction: The purpose of this randomized controlled study was to assess the effects of high-impact exercise on the bone mineral density (BMD) of premenopausal women at the population level. Materials and methods: The study population consisted of a random population-based sample of women from a cohort of 5, women, aged 35 to 40 sunshinesteaming.com by: CONCLUSIONS: the present results indicate that performance of high-impact training protocol has beneficial effects on bone mechanical proprieties, even with a low weekly frequency, suggesting hence, that for bone gain, daily work volume is not necessary.

However, for greater result, daily exercise does have better outcome. High-impact exercises that load bones with a rapidly rising force profile in versatile movements improve skeletal integrity, muscular performance, and dynamic balance in premenopausal women.

If done on a regular basis, this type of exercise may help decrease the risk of osteoporotic fractures in later sunshinesteaming.com by: Oct 01,  · The search words: exercise, physical activity, bone mass, bone mineral content, BMC, bone mineral density, BMD, skeletal structure and nutrition were used.

Only papers or abstracts published in the English language and studies that evaluate exercise and the skeleton during growth and adolescence were included in the sunshinesteaming.com by: Furthermore, there is evidence that the effects of exercise on bone, if imposed before or around the adolescent growth spurt, are more effective for increasing bone mass than if imposed after puberty (11,13,16).

To date, only two studies have reported results of exercise interventions during youth. effective approach for developing bone mass during puberty, but some sports may have a positive or negative impact on bone mass accrual.

Plyometric jump training has been suggested as a type of exercise that can augment bone, but its effects on adolescent bone mass have not been rigorously assessed. The aims of the PRO-BONE studyCited by: Peak bone mass in young girls can be improved with short bouts of school-based high-impact plyometric exercise programs.

Whole-body vibration exercises have no beneficial effects on bone in postmenopausal or elderly sunshinesteaming.com by: Sep 01,  · The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of continuous and intensive physical exercise on bone acquisition in elite adolescent AG. Subjects and Methods The study included athletes from 44 European countries, 93 boys and girls, aged 13 to 23 yr, who participated in the 24th European Championship of Artistic Gymnasts held in Cited by: for maximizing peak bone mass and preserving bone health.4,11 Less information exists on other nutrients that may influence bone health.

Physical exercise provides important benefits for bone mass in children,12 adolescents,13 adults,14 and older populations Exercise ensures bone health and prevents and may improve low bone mineral density.

Physical exercise and osteoporosis: effects of different types of exercises on bone and physical function changes in bone mass of competitive male master cy- (12) After 6 months of strengthening, high-impact or no exercise (control) there was a significant increase in the BMD at the spine and femoral.

Jul 02,  · However, the optimal exercise program for increasing peak bone mineral content is still unclear. Therefore, the aim of this study is to assess if 15 minutes of high-impact exercise three times per week improve areal bone mineral density assessed by DXA of pre pubertal girls after a ten-month regimen compared to low-impact exercise.

Dec 01,  · Effectiveness of the School-Based Exercise Intervention. Although attrition from years 1 to 2 was high (61% of the original intervention cohort), the number of girls at the end of 20 months was comparable 13 or greater 12,14,16,32,33 than the sample sizes of Cited by: Jan 30,  · Maximizing bone mineral mass gain during growth for the prevention of fractures in the adolescents and the elderly.

Bone, Vol. 46, Issue. 2, p. () Effect of high impact activity on bone mass and size in adolescent females: a comparative study Pasanen, M & Vuori, I () High-impact exercise and bones of growing girls: a 9 Cited by: Aug 01,  · This systematic review examines and compares the bone mineral changes in children and adolescents, as measured by dual energy x ray absorptiometry, reported in exercise intervention studies.

The effects of hormonal factors and growth on bone mineral change during puberty are examined, and the possibility of a critical period during which bone is especially adaptable to exercise Cited by: Sep 11,  · High Impact Exercise Improves Bone Microstructure and Strength in Growing Rats Eight months of regular in-school jumping improves indices of bone strength in adolescent Author: Tanvir Mustafy, Irène Londono, Florina Moldovan, Isabelle Villemure.

Exercise and its effects Age Bone status Exercise effect Childhood/ Adolescence In girls and boys the major build up of bone occurs in the pre-teen and adolescent years.

Peak bone density is reached during mid to late 20s. Can increase bone density and structure to maximize peak bone strength, which helps keep bones strong for longer in adulthoodThere have been a number of recent reports of bone mineral in young females involved in high impact exercise (15,27,32,39).

These studies have included pubertal, late-adolescent, and young adult subjects and have reported results as BMC or areal BMD, without consideration of the putative effects of bone size on the bone mineral measures.As children grow, their bone mass increases until it reaches what is called peak bone mass (“PBM”).

PBM is the greatest amount of bone an individual can attain; PBM is reached in the late teens and early 20’s; Children and adolescents who have higher PBM reduce their risk of osteoporosis later in life.