Features of physiological responses on organism of football players aged 10-12 years in exercise using different training methods

Keywords: heart rate, energy costs, interval, gaming

Abstract

Purpose : To evaluate the effect of various special exercises football players’ organism in different modes. Material : The study involved 24 young players aged 10-12 years. Results : There is a large range of load parameters for elite athletes, which necessitates evaluation exercise intensity football for young players. Found that depending on the method chosen football special exercises have different effects on the body force young players. Conclusions : It was found that by using the method of competitive gaming and heart rate and energy increases with increasing number of players. The analysis shows the existence of significant differences in terms of heart rate for game and interval method.

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2014-02-28
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Abdula AB, Lebedev SI. Features of physiological responses on organism of football players aged 10-12 years in exercise using different training methods. Physical education of students. 2014;18(1):3-. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.903685
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