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HEART RATE AS A MEASURE OF EXERCISE INTENSITY IN SOCCER

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Celem badań była ocena oraz porównanie intensywności ćwiczeń realizowanych przez piłkarzy nożnych U-20 i U-17 w trakcie gier mistrzowskich, przy wykorzystaniu wskaźnika procentu tętna maksymalnego (%HRmax). Dodatkowym celem pracy było porównanie poziomu tętna grających zawodników, jakie wystąpiło u nich w pierwszej i drugiej połowie meczu oraz w meczu towarzyskim i w meczach mistrzowskich (6 spotkań). W badaniach uczestniczyło 25 piłkarzy, o średnim stażu treningowym 5 lat. Przeciętne obciążenia treningowe dla badanych to ok. 16 godzin zajęć treningowych i dwa mecze mistrzowskie w tygodniu. Wyniki badań wykazały, że intensywność ćwiczeń (gry) była niższa w drugich połowach meczów, co sugeruje, że obserwowany spadek mocy był spowodowany przygotowaniem wydolnościowym piłkarzy. Intensywność gry była też znacząco niższa w grze towarzyskiej niż w meczu oficjalnym. Możliwe, że wpływ na obserwowany poziom tętna miała motywacja. Tym niemniej – poziom intensywności gry z gier towarzyskich nie powinien być porównywany z wynikami obserwacji intensywności gry w meczach mistrzowskich.
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate and to compare the exercise intensity of U-20 and U-17 players during official championship Soccer games, using as parameter of effort the %HRmax. The study had also the purpose of comparing the results between the first half time and the second half time of the game and was to compare the HRmax recorded during a friendly game and six official games. Twenty-five male Soccer players who have been playing this sport for an average of five years participated in the study. The athletes trained for about 16 hours and played 2 championship games weekly. The results showed if the exercise intensity was lower in the second half time of the game suggesting that there might have been a decrease in performance capacity of the players. The exercise intensity of was also lower during the friendly game than during the official games. It is possible that motivation also plays a role causing this difference. The exercise intensity from a friendly game should not be used as reference for official games.
Contributors
  • Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw, Chair Theory of Sports, Water Sports and Winter - Department Theory of Sport, Poland.
  • University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
  • University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
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