Anaerobic practices to build up oxidizing capacity in core muscle groups

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Dr.Hab., Professor G.A. Gilev1, 3
V.N. Gladkov2
Postgraduate student V.V. Vladykina1
Associate Professor А.А. Pleshakov3
1Moscow Pedagogical State University, Moscow
2Centre of innovative sports technology and sports training of national teams, Sport and Tourism Department, Moscow
3Moscow Polytechnic University, Moscow

The study analyzes benefits of an efficient training workload management model for elite cyclic sports on the whole and swimming sport in particular. Applied for the study purposes were the physiology and biochemistry test methods (including HR and blood lactate tests), chronometry and standard mathematical statistics methods. Subject to the 4.5-month-long educational experiment were 28 elite 50/100/200/400m swimmers evenly split up into Experimental (EG) and Reference (RG) groups. The study demonstrates benefits of the combined anaerobic/ aerobic training model with the growing intensity in the aerobic zone close to the anaerobic threshold. The performance growth on the distances claiming mostly the glycolythic energy supply with the insignificant blood lactate variations in the EG were interpreted as indicative of the extra lactate consumption mechanisms being switched on to build up the oxidizing capacity in the core muscle groups.

Keywords: swimmers, anaerobic and aerobic loads, athletic performance, oxidizing capacity, energy supply for muscle contraction.

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