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Training load optimalization in individual sports

Project information

Annotation of achieved result: We identificated the effects of training load. In athletics we monitored immediate, delayed and cumulative response for training load based upon the changes of explosive power in high jump and in short distance races. In race walking we identificated a walking load from the point of view of energetic coverage in 20km and 50km race walking for men and moreover, we were trying to find out the influence of different slope of the pad to intensity of walking load. We monitored the high rate of effectiveness of the intermittent hypoxic training (IHT) from the point of view of development of aerobic capacity and blood production in race walking and other sports based on endurance. Cummulative training effect was confirmed from the point of view of effectiveness of the motion programs in artistic gymnastics, downhill skiing, athletics and swimming of children. We suggested the distribution of cumulative training effect a microcyclus (short), mezocyclus (middle) and macrocyclus (long).


Scientific Grant Agency of the Slovak Republic

Project number:1/0322/10
Duration:2010 - 2011
Project coordinator:prof. PaedDr. Čillík Ivan, CSc. (Faculty of Arts, Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica)
Foreign project:no

AFD Publikované príspevky na domácich vedeckých konferenciách(2)
1. ČILLÍK, I.: Tréningový efekt po silovom tréningu u pretekárky v skoku do výšky. In: Kondičný tréning v roku 2011. Banská Bystrica: KTVŠ FHV UMB, 7.10.2011, s. 28 – 39. (1,0)
2. KREMNICKÝ, J. Coretraining zameraný pre bežeckých lyžiarov. In Kondičný tréning v roku 2011. Banská Bystrica : UMB, Fakulta humanitných vied a SAKT 2011, s. 103-113. ISBN 978-80-89090-97-6 (1,0) b

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