Somatotype, and body composition of competitive female tennis, table tennis, badminton, and squash players

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 12 بهمن 1391

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Morphological characteristics of athletes could be an important factor in successful performance.Previous researches have analyzed the characteristics of effort in training and competition in racket sports such as tennis(Christimass et al, Sánchez Muñoz et al), squash (Chin et al), and badminton (Sánchez Muñoz). Sánchez Muñoz describethe anthropometric characteristics, body composition and somatotype of elite male and female junior tennis players. Theanthropometric data, body composition and somatotype of the first 12 elite junior tennis players on the ranking with thelower ranked players were compared, and was established an anthropometric profile chart for elite junior tennis players.They observed significant in height and humeral and femoral breadths between the first 12 and the lower ranked girlsplayers (Sánchez Muñoz et al). Chin et al described data on the physiological characteristics of elite Asian squash playersto evaluate the physiological profile and sports specific fitness of HongKong elite squash players (Chin et al). CabelloManrique assessed the physiological and metabolic bases of physical effort during badminton competitions and theirpossible relation to performance parameters as effective indicators of the final result. Also they calculated the volume andintensity of the work rate in a badminton match, measure the cardiovascular effort in a top level match, describe thetemporal structure of a badminton competition in relation to the time of action and recovery, extract quantifiable variablesof performance in play, and calculate the relation between the different variables and the final result of the match (CabelloManrique).The aim of this study was to describe the morphological characteristics of competitive female Tennis (T), TableTennis (TT), Badminton (B), and Squash (S) players. This study has made to show a diagram of physiological indexes infemale Iranian athletes and show the physical capacity necessary to practice these sports to be established


Elham Eftekhari

Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology, Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Najafabad Branch,Islamic Azad University.Esfahan. Iran

Mandana Gholami

Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology, Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Science And Research Branch, Islamic Azad University. Tehran. Iran

Ardeshir Zafari

Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology, Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Zanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University. Zanjan. Iran