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In this study, physiological stress and exercise RPE three protocols were compared among footballers. For this purpose, 20 male elite soccer league third member of the province were selected in 2012 and some their physical characteristics such as height and weight, and aerobic capacity, anaerobic power and resting heart rate before the start of the field operations were measured. The amount of blood lactate was measured before and immediately after applying any of the protocols, the mean lactate obtained from the subjects after three protocols with each other as well as with the European average blood lactate after football teams were compared. The information obtained using the Software SPSS22 for Windows are reviewed and analyzed. The descriptive statistics command and Statistics All Cases summaries was used in inferential data about each batch of one or more appropriate test including one sample, T-test, ANOVA one_way, post hoc test Kruskal-walli, Tuckey post hoc tests fried man for the presence of significant levels of blood lactate and RPE differences between were analyzed the charts of computer software is used excel 2013. The findings with regard to the level of significance (p≤0.05) differences between the blood lactate after exercise three protocols batch, continuous periodic significant. Blood lactate levels after the implementation of protocols periodic training and continuing with European teams, according to the mean blood lactate level of significance (p≤0.05), was significantly different. Between the blood lactate after exercise protocol is interrupted with an average blood lactate European teams and no significant difference between the perceived exertion after the withdrawal of three training protocols, frequency and continuity with regard to the level of significance [p≤0.05] differences there was significant.
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Author(s): Mohammad Mohammadi
Physiological Load, Intermittent Exercise, Interval Training, Continuous Training, Understanding the Working Pressure, Footballers, physiological stress