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Vplyv aktívneho odpočinku na opakované rýchlostno-silové zaťaženie

Title in English Effect of active recovery on repetitive power exercises


Year of publication 2018
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Kondičný tréning v roku 2018
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Sports Studies

Keywords recovery active versus passive recovery power performance
Description In our article we focused on active recovery theme and setting optimal level of active recovery during repetitive power performances. In our experiment participated two 21-years old students of FTVŠ UK. Power output of concentric phase of squat – jump exercise was measured. Bout of power performance represented six repetitions in four sets with 90 second rest. Between 3 bouts students undergone controlled active recovery (AOK) (130 – 140 HR), spontaneous level of active recovery and passive recovery. Recovery interval lasted 10 minutes. One student reached increase of mean power performance during PO between 1. and 3. bout (p<0,05). There was no significat differences during AOK and AON (p<0,05). Second student reached increase of mean power performance during AOK in 2. (p<0,01) and 3. bout (p<0,05) in comparison with 1. bout. There was no significat differences during AON and PO (p<0,05). Individualization in setting type and intensity of recovery in this type of repeated power performances is recommended.
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