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Influence of two high-intensity intermittent training programmes on anaerobic capacity in humans
The aim of this work was to determine the influence of a maximal effort training programme with variation of the pedalling rate on the anaerobic capacity, post-exercise maximal concentration of lactic acid (LA) and acid-alkali ...
Effects of the cycloergometer exercises on power and jumping ability measured during jumps performed on a dynamometric platform
The aim of this work was the determination of the cycloergometer exercises influence on the lower limbs power changes and height of rise of the body mass centre, measured in CMJ (counter movement jump) and performed on a ...
Jumping abilities in elite female volleyball players: comparative analysis among age categories
The aim of the study was to examine age-related differences in the maximal power and height of rise of the body’s centre of mass, measured in the counter-movement jump (CMJ) and the spike jump (SPJ), between elite cadet, ...
Changes of maximal muscle torque and maximal power output of lower extremities in male judoists during training
Purpose. The aim of the study was to follow changes of the maximal muscle torque and maximal power output of lower extremities in male judoists during pre-competition training (PCT). The original hypothesis assumed that ...
Zmiana wydolności anaerobowej pod wpływem treningów realizowanych wysiłkami o stałej mocy w różnym rytmie
The purpose of this research was to examine the effect of training sessions performed on cycloergometer, with equal energy expenditure, constant power output (250 Watts) but different cadences, on selected variables: ...
Economical and optimal pedalling velocity characteristics during maximal and submaximal efforts on cycloergometer
This investigation was undertaken in order to verify the hypothesis that there exist some relationship between the optimal and economical pedalling rate in maximal efforts and the economical pedalling speed in submaximal ...