TITLE

RITMOS E ESTILOS MUSICAIS: UM ESTUDO DESCRITIVO DAS PREFERÊNCIAS E PERCEPÇÕES NO EXERCÍCIO FÍSICO

AUTHOR(S)
Manabu Ito, Walter; Bigliassi, Marcelo; Altimari, Leandro Ricardo
PUB. DATE
December 2013
SOURCE
Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity;2013, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p165
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Rhythms and musical styles: a descriptive study of the perceptions and preferences in exercise. Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity. v. 7, n. 4, p. 165-175, 2013. The psychological strategies as music insertion during physical exercise has been widely used as extra tool in attempt to achieve psychophysiological enhancements during such practice. Daily, at gyms and outdoor activities, we can see a huge part of people using external devices to specific types of exercise. Nevertheless, this great diversity may be related to independent variables as genre, age and type of practice. Thereby, the aim of present study was evaluate the rhythms and styles of music used during physical exercise and perceptions of subject when this kind of strategy is applied. The questionnaire of music assessment on exercise (QMAE) was applied to 264 practitioners of physical activity and exercise, from both of sexes, in Londrina. Data were analyzed descriptively, considering music preference, music used during physical activity and feelings related to the use of music during exercise. It is concluded that music affects the mood of the subjectively assessed, so that most uses of music with strong beats and intense or those that refer to special moments in their lives.
ACCESSION #
97318885

 

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