alexa Abstract | A Comparison of Blood Lactate Level and Heart Rate Following a PeakAnaerobic Power Test in Different Exercise Loads

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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The purpose of the present research was to compare blood lactate level and heart rate following three loads of the Wingate test for anaerobic power. The sample of the research consisted of 11 physical education students with the experience of participating in national and international long-distance track events who voluntarily participated in the study (23.00 ± 1.78 years old; 174.36 ± 6.24 cm height; 66.58 ± 5.76 kg weight). The participants underwent three loads of the Wingate test. The exercise loads were performed with 2 days interval. Before, during, and after each test the blood lactate level and heart rate of the participants were measured. In addition, anaerobic power, anaerobic capacity, and fatigue index of the participants were calculated after each test. The data was analyzed in SPSS 16. The mean and standard deviation of all the variables were calculated. One-way ANOVA was applied to examine significant differences between the variables and Fisher’s Least Significant Difference (LSD) test was applied to find the reason for possible differences. A significant difference was observed in cardiac output of the participants at different loads of the Wingate test. However, there was no significant difference in blood lactate acid at different exercise protocols. Moreover, no significant difference was observed in anaerobic power, anaerobic capacity, and fatigue index at different exercise loads. The maximum anaerobic power and capacity was observed in age group 2 (85 kg) (anaerobic power: 79 ± 99.84 W,-9.57 ± 0.88 W/Kg; anaerobic capacity: 512.76 ± 69.05 W, 7.67 ± 0.61 W/Kg). In addition, it was revealed that heart rate increases with exercise load in the Wingate test

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Author(s): Ercan Guumlr


Wingate test, blood lactate, heart rate, anaerobic power, anaerobic capacity

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