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|Author||Shin S.H.; Ji Y.N.; Yu J.H.; Kang H.Y.; Lee D.Y.; Hong J.H.; Kim S.G.; Kim J.S.
|Title||The Effect of the Music Tempo on the Recovery of Cardiopulmonary Function after Aerobic Exercise Based on Personal Health Record|
Shin S.H.; Ji Y.N.; Yu J.H.; Kang H.Y.; Lee D.Y.; Hong J.H.; Kim S.G.; Kim J.S. The Effect of the Music Tempo on the Recovery of Cardiopulmonary Function after Aerobic Exercise Based on Personal Health Record,International Journal of Human Movement and Sports Sciences 10 2
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|Abstract||The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of different types of music tempo (No Music, 70 BPM, 120 BPM, 180 BPM) on recovery of cardiopulmonary function after an aerobic exercise, identify the effective tempo (BPM) with the highest recovery rate, and propose an effective method for recovery after exercise. A total of ten (10) healthy recreational men participated in this crossover repeated study. Heart rate (HR), oxygen saturation (SPO2), systolic blood pressure (SBP), diastolic blood pressure (DBP), respiratory rate (RR), VO2, and VCO2 were measured at four (4) different time periods (immediately after exercise, 2 minutes, 4 minutes, and 6 minutes) for each of the four (4) types of music tempo on separate days. As a result, all the outcome variables showed significant differences for all types of music tempo over the time measured (p<.05) SPO2 which did not show a significant difference (p>.05). The comparison between the four music tempos showed no significant difference of HR and SBP at 6 minutes after exercise, RR at 2 minutes, and 6 minutes after exercise (p<.05). However, no significant differences were observed in the other values (p>.05). No Music showed the fastest recovery rate of HR, SBP, DBP, and RR and 70BPM showed the fastest recovery rate of VO2 and VCO2. Therefore, for efficient cardiopulmonary function recovery after an aerobic exercise, listening to slow music at 70 bpm or taking a break without music can be suggested as an effective method for recovery. © 2022 by authors, all rights reserved.