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Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

CHANGES IN THE PERCEPTION OF THE PHYSICAL SELF-CONCEPT THROUGHOUT A TRAINING CYCLE INAMATEURS ATHLETES OF ADULT AGE

Abstract

Roberto Avilés Vicente, Jose Manuel Blanco

The aim of the study was to analyse how a programmed training plan to focus on training different conditional capacities, in collective modality and carried out by a trainer, influences on the perception of physical self-concept in adult runners. A training program (3 days week, 4 months) was applied to 18 subjects of adult age (37-42 years). Data collection was collected using a Pretest and a post test (pre y post) (Cuestionario de Autoconcepto Físico-CAF). The data were analyzed through an analysis of the average scores and variances on the different scales of the questionnaire. The results show a strong relationship between physical self-concept and the practice of physical exercise, obtaining significant changes between the average scores obtained in all the dimensions, except in Force dimension 0.08 (p??0.05). Physical Attractiveness scale is the predominant dimension in adulthood. Amateur runners of adult age are able to improve their physical self-concept after a programmed training plan.

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