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Correlation between Anthropometric, Physical Fitness Traits and Lung Capacities with Success of Iranian Elite Greco-Roman Wrestlers
The aim of present study was to evaluate the relation of anthropometric, physical fitness traits and lung capacities with success of Iranian elite Greco-Roman wrestlers. Twenty five Iranian elite Greco-Roman wrestlers (22 ± 4 years old) (both of light and heavy weights) participated in present study. Anthropometric characteristics, physical fitness traits and lung capacities were tested in the exercise physiology laboratory. Our results showed a significant and positive correlation between arm spam, as only anthropometric trait, and success of Iranian elite Greco-Roman wrestlers. Also, maximal oxygen consumption, dead lift, squat, bench press, agility, shoulder and-wrist elevation, sit and reach, reaction time-eye/left hand, reaction time-eye/foot, reaction time-ear/left hand, reaction time-ear/foot have positive correlation with their success. Furthermore, there were a significant and positive correlations between inspiratory reserve volume, tidal volume, forced vital capacity, forced expiratory volume (second), maximal voluntary ventilation and success. In contrast, we observed a negative and significant correlation between body fat (%) and success of Iranian elite Greco-Roman wrestlers. Physical fitness traits and lung capacities have greater potential than anthropometric characteristics in the prediction of Greco-Roman wrestler's success in championship levels.

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