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Raevsky D.A., Zaitseva G.A. Aerobic working capacity of adolescents with different stages of maturity

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.9.p307-312
Aerobic working capacity of adolescents with different stages of maturity
Dmitry Alexandrovich Raevsky, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, State University of Management, Moscow; Galina Alekseevna Zaitseva, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, National Research Technological University "MISiS", Moscow

The obtained results show that boys of 13–15 years old with different stages of puberty differ little in terms of the level of aerobic performance of the body. At the same time, with an increase in the stage of puberty, there is a significant increase in performance indicators with mixed aerobic-anaerobic energy supply. The increase in the working capacity of adolescents when performing physical exercises of a mixed nature during puberty occurs mainly due to an increase in the relative contribution of anaerobic energy production and a decrease in the relative share of the aerobic process.
Keywords: aerobic sources, stages of puberty, boys.
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