Comparative Study of some Pulmonary Ventilation Variables during Recovery of An Anaerobic Effort in Two Different Environment (Aquatic and Landward)
Al-Rafidain Journal For Sport Sciences,
2014, Volume 20, Issue 66, Pages 70-82
AbstractThe present study aimed at recognizing the significance of differences in variables : tidal volume (TV) , the number of respiration bouts (RR) , pulmonary ventilation (VE) , during different stages of recovery from anaerobic aquatic effort (50m free swimming ) as well as anaerobic landward effort (200m run). The study also aimed at making a comparison among the studied physiological variables between (50m) free style swimming and (200m) run according to the training principle (1:4) swimming to running.
The research sample includes (10) students / college of sport education who used to practice swimming and are consistent in (50mr) free style swimming . The descriptive methodology has been adopted for its convenience to the nature of the research.
The tests include running (200m) , free style swimming (50m) during two days .
The physiological variables have been measured at the minutes ( 5,10) of the negative recovery .
The data have been processed statistically by using the arithmetic mean, standard deviation, t-test for two independent samples, t-test for two correlated samples , ANOVA test within subjects.
The researchers have concluded the following :
Restoring recovery after anaerobic aquatic effort (50mr free style swimming) may be fast in the physiological variables (VE , RR, TV) at the minutes (5and10) .However , in spite of being fast , these variables do not reach their state of rest tidal volume .
Restoring recovery after a landward anaerobic effort (200mr run according the principle 1:4) may be fast in the physiological variables (VE , RR, TV) at the minutes ( 5and10) .However , in spite of being fast , these variables do not reach their normel state as it is in rest situation .
(50m) free style swimming and (200m) running may cause the same changes in each of ( VE, TV , and RR) at recovery stages ( 5and10) minutes .
The researchers have recommended the need to consider the differences in the physiological variables assumed by the specialty of the practiced activity whether swimming or running during constructing training units .
It is necessary to make next studies dealing with the same differences between the swimming effort and landward effort on a sample with other levels may be males or females and beginners or youth .
It is necessary to make next studies dealing with the present subject for other distances and activities .
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