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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2020, Vol. 7, Issue 6, Part C

The response of some fitness elements after anaerobic stress between low and moderate temperature degree for football players


Author(s): Omar Salim Alghandora and Nina Borisovna Serova

Abstract: The study demonstrated that temperature has a significant effect on the players’ performance. Moreover, the two ranges in temperature had a significant impact on the players' performance. For instance, cold temperatures decline physical efficiency and muscular function. Most importantly, the test proved that heat should be taken into account when setting up competitions and during exercise sessions. An important component in the research concerned defining the variables low and moderate temperatures when selected physical exercises where performed. These exercises concerned strength, durability, and explosive force. The tests were conducted using football players at the University of Mosul, where the different tests were measured into the temperatures; (10-12°C) and moderate (23-25°C). The study was set in a laboratory of the Faculty of Physical Education at the University of Mosul. For statistical data processing, arithmetic circles, standard deviations, value (T), probability amount, and error rate were used.

Pages: 174-176  |  90 Views  6 Downloads

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How to cite this article:
Omar Salim Alghandora, Nina Borisovna Serova. The response of some fitness elements after anaerobic stress between low and moderate temperature degree for football players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(6):174-176.
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