Figure 3 – Values of average and shunting line standard of the age in ralao to the IMC of the masculine sample in accordance with the age (n = 92). Add to your understanding with Lee Pitts. In figure 4 we can notice an increase of the percentage of fat in the measure where the groups go advancing of etria band. The etria band of 10 years presented average of 21,32 (12,59), configuring taxes raised, being classified as moderately high according to levels of %G considered by Son, 1999 in the table – Classification of the sample how much to the percentage of relative fat. Figure 4 – Values of average and shunting line standard of the age in relation to the percentage of fat (%G) of the masculine sample in accordance with the age (n = 92) Table 3 – Values of Average and Shunting line Standard of the weight, stature, index of corporal mass (IMC), and percentage of fat (%G). in accordance with the sort.
GENEROPESOESTATURAIMC%G Masculina34,31 (7,97) 1,37 (0,07) 18.1 (3,11) 19,03 (10,51) Feminina33,79 (7,28) 1,37 (0,08) 17.81 (2,64) 26,22 (9,9) We can notice that masculine sex presented average greaters of 18,1 (3,11) of what the feminine sex in question IMC, being both classified according to table 2 Points of Cut of IMC in adolescents for overweight and obesidade as normal weight for the age. With relation the percentage of fat (%G), the feminine sex got an equal 0 variable the 26,22 (9,9), being classified as high and the masculine sample with a 19,03 average of (10,51), classified adjusted for the age according to source: Deurenberg, P. pieters, j.j.l and hautuast (1990) cited by (Fernandes son 1999). Although the women to present one IMC of lesser value of what the men, the percentage of fat exceeded the values indicated for the age. Conclusion On the basis of results of this study, can be concluded that: It is suggested in this study that the prevention and the treatment of the obesidade in infancy and adolescence could prevent the incidence of possible illnesses in the followed adult life of some program of physical activity.