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Background and Aim: The aim of the current study was to compare the aerobic and anaerobic power, body mass index and fat distribution percent in athletic and non-athletics students in Islamic Azad University-Kashmar branch. Materials and Methods: 30 elite athlete students (20-25 years) involving in different sports and 30 non -athlete students as control group were randomly selected. The aerobic power was measured using an ergometer, Sargent jumping test also was used to measure anaerobic power. Caliper was also used to measure percent distribution of body fat from chest, abdomen and hip regions. The body mass index (BMI) calculated by dividing weight (kg) by the square of height (meter). Independent t- test used to analyze data with a significant level at p≤ 0.05 with SPSS software. Results: The result of current study showed that there is no significant difference between BMI and aerobic power in athlete students and non - athlete students. However, anaerobic power of athlete students was significantly higher (p=0.03) than non-athlete students. Conversely, percent body fat in non - athlete students was significantly greater (p=0.001) than the athlete students. Conclusion: sports exercise in student career and university campus increases the anaerobic power and also decreases subcutaneous fat in athlete than non-athlete students.
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