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Exercise Science 2004;13(4): 513-524.
육상 단거리 선수의 주기화 트레이닝이 근파워와 경기력에 미치는 영향
백형훈1, 성봉주2
2국민체육진흥공단 체육과학연구원
The effects of Periodized Training on the Improvement of Isokinetic muscle power and Performance in Sprinters
The Effects of Periodized Training on the Improvement of Isokinetic muscle power and Performance in Sprinters. Exercise Science, 13(4): 513-524, 2004. The purpose of this study is periodized training's effects to special physical strength for sprinter. So, We study this project for fourteen weeks, six days a week, five hours a day. (twice a day, include morning and afternoon exercise) with 20 men of high school student(nine of traditional group and, eleven of periodized group). Traditional group did traditional training with periodized group at the same day, same training. Periodized group did periodized training by stage. We measured three times: First, before starting of this study, second after seven weeks, and third after fourteen weeks. We analyze that measurement, We found that conclusion. 1. In win-gate max power's comparison, Periodized group is more increased in muscle power than traditional group. In knee torque power, they show keeping up or decreased pattern. 2. Factor of sprint, We compared 100m. Periodized training group shows much more reduction of records pattern in all of three events than traditional training group. In conclusion, sprinter's periodized training program affects affirmative to muscle power and reduction of fatigue index. But, in commonness, periodized group's special strength is better than traditional group's. And they show fast adaption. So, if we shore up this periodized training program, we can do more effective sprint periodized training.
Key words: Sprinter, Periodized Training, Isokinetic muscle power, Performance
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