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This study experimented the difference in the cardiopulmonary functions, such as the maximum oxygen intake and the maximum heart rate, of the office workers of the J. university when they had done regular physical activities such as stretching exercises for 20 minutes, walking for 30 minutes, jogging for 10 minutes and weight training for 10 minutes at the intensity of THR 60∼70% more than four times a week for 16 weeks in order to develop the grip strength, sargent jump, trunk flexion, stork standing with closing eyes, back strength and sit-ups, all of which are helpful for the physical development of strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, agility and balance. It measured and compared six basic physical factors and the cardiopulmonary functions such as the VO2max and the HRmax, of which results was as follows. First, the physical strength items such as the grip strength(left and right sides), sargent jump, trunk flexion, stork standing with closing eyes, back strength and sit-ups all showed the expected results. Second, the cardiopulmonary functions such as the VO2max and the HRmax also showed the results that had improved after participation in training program.