Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts
pISSN 2081-5735    eISSN 2084-4301
News
Current issue
Archival Issues
Search
Newsletter
Manuscript Submission
 » 
Journal Abstract
 
Physiological and biomechanical symptoms of physical adaptation to anaerobic and endurance exercises after 3-month period of increased sport activity in female fencers
Zbigniew Obmiński, Maria Ładyga, Janina Starczewska-Czapowska, Lech Borkowski
Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts 2011; 2(1):13-18
ICID: 1047113
Article type: Original article
IC™ Value: 5.32
Abstract provided by Publisher
 
Introduction. The aim of this research was to examine usefulness of biomechanical and physiological indices recorded during two various laboratory exercise tests for estimation of adaptation levels in female fencers over their 3-month period of increased physical activity.
Material and methods. Seven female fencers participated in the studies which were conducted twice, before (on March) and after 3-month period of increased activity (on April). In both cases examined fencers underwent 10-second maximal (anaerobic) test (AT) on the first day. On the second day an incremental graded test (GT) was applied. Both efforts were undergone on cyclo-ergometer. The biomechanical parameters were recorded during AT, and blood samples prior (-15 min) to GT and after (+3 min) it was taken for determination of pH value, blood lactate, cortisol and testosterone levels.
Results. Some parameters of AT improved after training period, but not significantly. 3-month training period resulted in significant rise of pre-GT testosterone and somewhat higher cortisol levels. Pre -GT heart rate and post-GT rating perceived exertion slightly decreased, by 8.4 and 7.5% respectively.
Conclusions. Because in the March the physical fitness was quite well, thus magnitude of post training changes in examined parameters was small except increase of blood hormones. Despite this the results suggest usefulness of both exercise tests for monitoring of training effectiveness. The more reliable applications need the studies conducted on a bigger sample.

ICID 1047113

DOI 10.5604/20815735.1047113
 
FULL TEXT 151 KB


Related articles
  • in IndexCopernicus™
         female fencers [1 related records]
         training period [1 related records]
         adaptation [20 related records]
         exercise tests [1 related records]


  •  

    Copyright © Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts  2017
    Page created by Index Copernicus Ltd. All Rights reserved.