"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2019, Vol. 6, Issue 5, Part B
Assessment of cardiac efficacy in relation to different proportions of aerobic and anaerobic training among elite athletesAuthor(s):
Raghavendra Basireddy and Dr. K Rama Subba ReddyAbstract:
Extreme advantage of the ‘Sports training stimulus can be acquired when reproduce the developments on vital systems engaged with the sports’. The present investigation was assessment of cardiac efficacy in relation to different proportions of aerobic and anaerobic training among elite athletes. Forty Five (N=45) healthy male elite athletes were volunteered as subjects from different parts of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State, India, Athletes age between 20 and 25 years. The investigator has parted them into three groups according to their events and utilization of different aerobic and anaerobic proportions. Group I is 10% aerobic and 90% anaerobic proportion (200 mtr race), Group II is 50% aerobic and 50% anaerobic proportion (1500 mtr race) and Group III is 90% aerobic and 10% anaerobic proportion (10,000 mtr race) (Edward L. Fox, 1989). The assessed parameters are cardiac output (Q) at rest, Left ventricular End diastolic Volume (LVEDV) at rest and Left ventricular End Systolic volume (LVESV) at rest they were measured by M-mode Doppler echocardiography. All the subjects have been effectively contributing at National and University level competitions. Subject underwent regular training program under the direction of their regular coaches as per specialized sports event. Values attained were evaluated with data obtained from subjects. The results indicates that 90% aerobic and 10% anaerobic training group has considerably increased LVEDV and Declined the LVESV, ultimately it leads to increase Q.Pages: 83-89 | 426 Views 22 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
How to cite this article:
Raghavendra Basireddy, Dr. K Rama Subba Reddy. Assessment of cardiac efficacy in relation to different proportions of aerobic and anaerobic training among elite athletes. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(5):83-89.