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Analysis of physiological data of football players during game

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The physiological data of football players during game are analyzed. Also the data of maximum supply of oxygen (MSO) during game, average amount of oxygen supply, and energy spent during match are analyzed. It is noted how they influence on work increase of cardio-vascular system of football player’s organism. It is accented that during match football players lose weight, high intensity of work provokes great changes and normalize all functions in organism of football players. The tables reflecting the data of changes of rates of physiological condition of football players, and also drawings reflecting kinetics of frequency of cardiac beat and laktat of high class football players during match and special exercise show how laktat during rest was 1.8 mmol/l, meaning of peak was 9.7 mmol/l during of second period and 3.5 mmol/l at the end of match. It is stated that FCB was less 73 % from FCB max for 11 % of play time, from 73 % to 92 % from FCB max 63 % of play time and, more 92 % from FCB max for 26 % of play time. The activity which is 75% from MSO during match with results of activity of FCB in average 85 % FCB max.

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football; maximum supply of oxygen (MSO); laktat (La); frequency of cardiac beat (FCB)

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37.02; 371

Pages

101-104

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2014-05-14

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Experience of organization of modern education

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