Effect of 8 weeks aerobic training with respiratory resistance mask on VO2max and lactate threshold of young basketball boys
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1.Student of Department of physical education , Islamshahr Branch ,Islamic Azad university , Islamshahr ,Iran 2.Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education, Islamshahr Branch, Islamic Azad University, Islamshahr, iran 3.Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education, science and research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, iran
Intrudoction: Aerobic Exercise with Elevation Training
Masks is a new training method that many athletes in various sports, including basketball, use to enhance aerobic and anaerobic fitness. Given the importance of lactate threshold and VO2max in basketball, the aim of the present study was to evaluate 8 weeks aerobic training with respiratory resistance mask on VO2max and lactate threshold of young basketball players.
Methodology: In this study 16 young basketball players were randomly divided into two groups of aerobic training and aerobic training with respiratory resistance mask. Exercises were followed for 8 weeks and three sessions per week. Exercise for both groups consisted of 20-40 minutes of aerobic exercise at 70-80% of heart rate reserve. In the group trained with the mask, the mask was set at a height of 3600 m. The over load for both groups was to increase the training time to 40 minutes. T-test was used to compare the results.
Results: The results showed a significant increase in VO2max and lactate threshold (P = 0.0001) in both groups compared to pre-test. There was a significant difference in VO 2 max and lactate threshold between the two training groups.
Conclusion: The results showed that aerobic training and aerobic training with mask can be used to increase VO2max and lactate threshold for 8 weeks. But the effect of aerobic training with a mask is far more relevant than aerobic training without a mask.
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