Wydolność beztlenowa a wybrane zdolności piłkarzy nożnych
Relationships between anaerobic endurance and selected football skills
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Background. The purpose of this study was to establish a relationship between anaerobic performance and some selected football skills. Material and methods. Fifteen healthy football players (22.3 ± 4.2 years; height 176.5 ± 5.76 cm; body mass 76.1 ± 5.37 kg) participated in the experiment. Anaerobic work and maximal anaerobic power were assessed in repeated trials on the cycle ergometer. Measured parameters were: maximum power (Pmax), time to reach Pmax [s], hold time Pmax [s], a number of accomplished repetitions (without decline in Pmax) and total work [kJ]. Football skills (technical, tactical, activity during the match and decision making) underwent the coach’s subjective assessment. Results and conclusion. The results showed a significant relationship between hold time Pmax and total work for the chosen football skills. These results provide a series of significant evidence that phosphate abilities affect the competitive level of football players.
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