Postura corporal de jovens recrutados para o serviço militar obrigatório: estudo longitudinal

Adriana Brondani Pagliarin Silva, Fernando Copetti, Michele Forgiarini Saccol

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O exercício físico juntamente com cuidados ergonômicos tem sido um dos fatores determinantes para uma boa postura. O treinamento físico militar resulta (TFM) em melhora na resistência cardiorrespiratória, na força muscular e diminuição de peso. No entanto, pouco tem sido investigado sobre o efeito do TFM na postura de recrutas. O objetivo do estudo foi avaliar as adaptações posturais de recrutados submetidos ao treinamento físico e a rotina do serviço militar obrigatório ao longo de um ano. Foram avaliados 61 jovens saudáveis do sexo masculino em janeiro, junho e setembro. Avaliações antropométricas, de fotogrametria e o Questionário Nórdico de Sintomas Osteomuscular ocorreram no início, meio e final do período do TFM. Foram analisados 21 pontos anatômicos nas visões anterior, posterior e lateral direita. Os resultados mostraram mudanças mais importantes na simetria postural dos recrutas na visão lateral direita. Conclui-se que o TFM tem importância substancial para produzir mudanças positivas na postura dos recrutas ao longo de um ano praticando exercícios físicos diários.

Palavras-chave: treinamento físico militar, postura, exercício.


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