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Temporal Changes in Long-Distance Running Performance of Asian Children between 1964 and 2009

Aerobic fitness is considered to be an important marker of current health and even a predictor of future health. The aim of this study was to system- atically analyse the available scientific information on temporal changes in maximal long-distance running performance (a widely and long-used marker... Full description

Journal Title: Sports Medicine 2012, Vol.42(4), pp.267-279
Main Author: Tomkinson, Grant
Other Authors: Macfarlane, Duncan , Noi, Shingo , Kim, Dae-Yeon , Wang, Zhengzhen , Hong, Ren
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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Age
Sex
Age
Age
Age
Sex
ID: ISSN: 0112-1642 ; E-ISSN: 1179-2035 ; DOI: 10.2165/11599160-000000000-00000
Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.2165/11599160-000000000-00000
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title: Temporal Changes in Long-Distance Running Performance of Asian Children between 1964 and 2009
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  • Tomkinson, Grant
  • Macfarlane, Duncan
  • Noi, Shingo
  • Kim, Dae-Yeon
  • Wang, Zhengzhen
  • Hong, Ren
subjects:
  • Speed
  • Age
  • Running
  • Health
  • Diseases
  • Performance
  • Children
  • Cardiorespiratory Endurance
  • Sex
  • Age
  • Age
  • Communications
  • Communications
  • Sports Related Injuries
  • Sports Related Injuries
  • Reviews
  • Reviews
  • Physiology
  • Physiology
  • Age Groups
  • Age Groups
  • Standards
  • Standards
  • Children
  • Children
  • Public Health
  • Public Health
  • Singapore
  • Korea, Rep.
  • China, People'S Rep.
  • Japan
  • Singapore
  • Korea, Rep.
  • China, People'S Rep.
  • Japan
  • Age
  • Age Groups
  • Cardiorespiratory Endurance
  • Children
  • Communications
  • Diseases
  • Health
  • Performance
  • Physiology
  • Public Health
  • Reviews
  • Running
  • Sex
  • Speed
  • Sports Related Injuries
  • Standards
  • Exercise, Health & Physical Fitness
  • Diseases/Injuries/Trauma
  • Diseases/Injuries/Trauma
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description: Aerobic fitness is considered to be an important marker of current health and even a predictor of future health. The aim of this study was to system- atically analyse the available scientific information on temporal changes in maximal long-distance running performance (a widely and long-used marker of aerobic fitness) of Asian children. A systematic review of the scientific literature was undertaken to locate studies explicitly reporting on temporal changes (spanning a minimum of 5 years) in maximal long-distance running of apparently healthy (free fromknown disease or injury) Asian children aged 9–17 years. Studies were located up to October 2010 via computerized searching of bibliographical databases, reference list searching and personal communication with international experts. Temporal changes were analysed at the country by sex by age by test level using best-fitting linear or polynomial
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abstractAerobic fitness is considered to be an important marker of current health and even a predictor of future health. The aim of this study was to system- atically analyse the available scientific information on temporal changes in maximal long-distance running performance (a widely and long-used marker of aerobic fitness) of Asian children. A systematic review of the scientific literature was undertaken to locate studies explicitly reporting on temporal changes (spanning a minimum of 5 years) in maximal long-distance running of apparently healthy (free fromknown disease or injury) Asian children aged 9–17 years. Studies were located up to October 2010 via computerized searching of bibliographical databases, reference list searching and personal communication with international experts. Temporal changes were analysed at the country by sex by age by test level using best-fitting linear or polynomial
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