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Boltikov Yu.V., Mavliev F.A., Nazarenko A.S., Rahmatullin I.R., Konovalov I.E. Dynamics of aerobic performance of wrestlers in the competitive period

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.3.p39-43
 
Dynamics of aerobic performance of wrestlers in the competitive period
Yuri Vasilyevich Boltikov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, Fanis Azgatovich Mavliev, the candidate of biological sciences, senior research associate, Andrey Sergeevich Nazarenko, the candidate of biological sciences, senior lecturer, Ilnur Rudikovich Rahmatullin, the student, Igor Evgenyevich Konovalov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Volga Region State Academy of Physical Culture, Sport and Tourism, Kazan

Abstract
Introduction. Much attention during the training, as well as research interest on the part of scientists, is taken by the assessment of the anaerobic performance of the wrestler and its dynamics in response to various training methods. The purpose of the study is to assess the dynamics of the aerobic performance of wrestlers in the competitive period in combination with the specialized set of exercises, aimed at developing the speed-strength endurance. Methodology and organization of research. Six wrestlers were examined in the competitive training period, in addition to participating in competitions and fulfilling the standard training load in wrestling, they performed the specialized complex aimed at developing speed-strength endurance. To assess aerobic performance, a Monark hand-held ergometer and a Cortex Metalizer 3B gas analyzer were used. Anthropometric measurements were carried out by standard methods. Research results and discussion. Performing of the strictly regulated exercises during the competitive period without proper recovery leads to the statistically significant decrease in the aerobic performance of wrestlers, as well as to decrease in the morphological parameters of the muscles of the shoulder girdle.
Conclusions. As a result of the training complex performing with the aim to increase the speed-power performance of the muscles of the shoulder girdle during the competitive period, there was decrease in the maximum oxygen consumption and morphological parameters of the muscles of the shoulder girdle. Apparently, competitions, as well as a combination of specialized training with standard ones, without reducing the volume and intensity of the latter, led to the imbalance – the predominance of catabolic effects over anabolic.
Keywords: wrestlers, aerobic performance, speed-strength endurance, morphological indicators, the competitive period.
 
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