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2023, Vol. 10, Issue 2, Part H

Different recovery methods effect on lactic acid at various time intervals


Author(s): Diksha and Deepak Mehta

Abstract:
Growing sports competition had made greater impact on better resources of recovery. In the present study four different recovery methods i.e., Active Recovery, Passive Recovery, Contrast Bath and Cryotherapy on Lactic Acid at different time interval. For the purpose of this study forty (N=20, 5 subjects for each recovery methodology) male medium pacers were selected for study and given a selected load of repetitive 200-meter exercise. Repeated Measure Analysis of variance (R-ANOVA) was employed to determine significant difference at 0.05 level of significance in SPSS 20.0 Different recovery procedures affected lactic acid in this research. The most effective treatment for lowering lactic acid levels was the contrast bath therapy administered after the third and sixth minute. This was followed by active recovery and cryotherapy as the next most effective treatments. The findings of this study suggested coaches should organise contrast bath therapy sessions for better recovery of medium fast bowlers.

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How to cite this article:
Diksha, Deepak Mehta. Different recovery methods effect on lactic acid at various time intervals. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(2):536-541.

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