2015, Vol. 1, Issue 4, Part A
Weight loss and lactic acid relation during wrestling match in elite Greco-Roman wrestlersAuthor(s):
Erkal Arslanoğlu, Ömer Şenel, Mert AydoğmuşAbstract:
The purpose of the study is to determine the relation between weight loss and lactic acid during matches in elite Greco-Roman wrestlers. This study was carried out in Champions Tournament Preparation Camp, which took part in Turkish Wrestling Federation’s 2011 activity programme and which was the final preparation camp before International Prix Samurgashev Tournament between 27-30/04/2011 in Rostov, Russia, by the participation of 24 Greco-Roman wrestlers. The average age of the participants is 18.61 ± 1.01 and their average height is 173 ±8.79. The wrestlers have trained with wrestlers of their weight category. In this study a total of 12 competitions were taken into consideration. The height, weight, heart rates, dehydration and lactate levels were measured. SPSS 17 – a packaged software – was used in statistical analysis of the data. In the analysis of the data, descriptive correlation analysis were used in examining the descriptive statistical methods and relationships and significancy was tested at a level of p<0.05. It was determined that during the matches there were no meaningful levels relationships statistically between weight loss and lactate acid. (p>0.05) Consequently, it can be said that during matches there was no relationship between weight loss and lactate acid deposition in the wrestlers.Pages: 01-06 | 1512 Views 24 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Erkal Arslanoğlu, Ömer Şenel, Mert Aydoğmuş. Weight loss and lactic acid relation during wrestling match in elite Greco-Roman wrestlers. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2015;1(4):01-06.