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Intervention effects of individualized treadmill training curriculum on physical fitness of university students with visual impairment
healthy physical fitness
This study focuses on examining the efficacy of healthy physical fitness among students with optical impairment. An individualized treadmill training program lasting was offered, which was lasting eight weeks, and each week contained three times fifty minutes training curricula. The study was conducted by using multiple baseline across subject research design, based on single subject research design. Three subjects with optical impairment were selected from one of universities in Taipei. The data were collected from three main phases through the process-baseline, intervention and maintenance periods, then these were analyzed by visual analysis as well as C statistic. Four results were revealed from the study: 1. Most of the subjects acquired instant and lasting effects on their abilities of cardiorespiratory endurance from the individualized treadmill training program. 2. Students with optical impairment acquired lasting effects on their abilities of skeletal muscle strength from the individualized treadmill training program, and the result reached significant level. 3. Some of the subjects acquired lasting effects on their maintenance of healthy body mass index (BMI) from the individualized treadmill training program, and the result reached significant level. 4. Some of the subjects acquired lasting effects on their body flexibility from the individualized treadmill training program, and the result reached significant level. Overall, the individualized treadmill training program can enhance the efficacy of healthy physical fitness among students with visual impairment.
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