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Title: Energy supply capacity when using different exercise modes for young 17–19- year-old men
Authors: Drachuk, Sergiy
Bohuslavska, Viktoriia
Pityn, Maryan
Furman, Yuriy
Kostiukevych, Viktor
Gavrylova, Nataliia
Salnykova, Svitlana
Didyk, Tetiana
Драчук, Сергій
Богуславська, Вікторія
Пітин, Мар'ян
Фурман, Юрій
Костюкевич, Віктор
Гаврилова, Наталія
Сальникова, Світлана
Дідик, Тетяна
Keywords: physical health
level of physical state
aerobic productivity
anaerobic (lactic) performance
regimen of energy maintenance
means of Physical Education
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Energy supply capacity when using different exercise modes for young 17–19- year-old men / Sergiy Drachuk, Viktoriia Bohuslavska, Maryan Pityn, Yuriy Furman, Viktor Kostiukevych, Nataliia Gavrylova, Svitlana Salnykova, Tetiana Didyk // Journal of Physical Education and Sport. - 2018. - Vol. 18, is. 1. - P. 246 - 254. (Scopus)
Abstract: This work contains the scientific-practical task solution, which aims at the young men physical health level improvement by physical education during the higher educational institutions studies. Investigation of different physical load types effectiveness allowed to determine the effective physical training regime, which would contribute to physical health level improvement during young men studies in higher educational institutions. Running exercises were determined as the most effective health improvement means, as by running one can improve both aerobic and anaerobic (lactic) body performance. Besides, we found out running exercises productivity advantages in the mixed (aerobic-anaerobic) regime of energy supply comparing to trainings in the aerobic regime (lactic), which are the main factors characterizing men physical health. So in comparison with starting data the relative maximum oxygen consumption ratio during trainings in the mixed energy supply regime apparently increased by 20.9%, whereas in the aerobic regimen — by 13.6%. Such trainings effectiveness also demonstrated positive changes in the heart bioelectric activity indexes and some external respiration indexes. Moreover, trainings three times a week with minimum internal loading value not less than 44.6% of the maximum allowable value of energy supply contributed to the physical state level improvement.
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