The effect of liquid losses in trainings during competition period on some biochemical values of u18 male judokas ( age 15-17)

Keywords: Judo, Dehydration, weight loss, Olympic cycle, Biochemical Values

Abstract

Background/Objective: The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of liquid losses occurring in training sessions during the competition period on some biochemical values of the male Judokas competing in the U18 category. Methods:  The values of the 17 male athletes, who were included in the national team at least once, were checked in our study which compares the values of athletes before the competition and immediately after the competition. Urine Density, Urine pH, BUN, Creatine and Potassium values from the biochemistry values were measured besides the age, height and weight of the athletes participating in the study. Results: As a result of the measurements made; it was found that the kg pre-test averages of the participant athletes were 67,82 ±17,87, post-test averages were 64,88±16,89, Urine Density pre-test averages were 1.017,94 ±7,08, post-test averages were 1.025±8,48, Urine pH pre-test averages were 6,15±0,70, post-test averages were 5,82±0,50, BUN pre-test averages were 15,65±3,14, post-test averages were 24,35±3,60, Creatine pre-test averages were 0,48±0,20, post-test averages were 0,93±0,41,  K Potassium pre-test averages were 4,16±0,35,  post-test averages were 4,95 ±0,64. As a result of the statistical analysis, although there was no significant difference in urine pH pre-test and post-test values, statistically significant difference was found between pre-test and post-test values in other selected parameters (p <0,05). Conclusions: As a result; it is thought that in our country in which the adjustment of the weight class is made unconsciously and unplanned, this will lead to the health problems of the athletes in many ways, especially in the later ages. Particularly in the professional sense, the health problems, which athletes who enter weight competitions and who enter at least 10 international competitions in the Olympic sense for the Judo branch a year can experience in the later ages as a result of such exhaustion, should be well considered. The the significant differences in studies in the literature and in our work also indicate that acute and rapid dehydration causes athletes to be harmed in terms of health and leads to the loss of performance. The result of our study is that the athletes should be prompted for weight control in a planned way to prevent the adjusting weight by acute and excessive dehydration.

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Author Biographies

Nuri Muhammet Çelik, Physical Education and Sports Teaching, Institute of Educational Sciences, Sakarya University
nmcelik42@hotmail.comEsentepe Campus 54187 Serdivan, Sakarya, Turkey.
Malik Beyleroğlu, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Sakarya University
mbeyler@sakarya.edu.trEsentepe Campus 54187 Serdivan, Sakarya, Turkey.
Mehmet Soyal, School of Physical Education and Sports, Sakarya University
mehmetsoyal3838@hotmail.comSakarya University Esentepe Campus 54187 Serdivan, Sakarya, Turkey.
Vahit Çiriş, Physical Education and Sports Teaching, Institute of Educational Sciences, Sakarya University
vahitciris@gmail.comSakarya University Esentepe Campus 54187 Serdivan, Sakarya, Turkey.

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2017-10-15
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Çelik NM, Beyleroğlu M, Soyal M, Çiriş V. The effect of liquid losses in trainings during competition period on some biochemical values of u18 male judokas ( age 15-17). Physical education of students. 2017;21(5):249-54. https://doi.org/10.15561/20755279.2017.0508
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