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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Determination Of Judo Endurance Performance Using The Uchi - Komi Technique And An Adapted Lactate Minimum Test
Author: Azevedo P.H.S.M.
Drigo A.J.
Carvalho M.C.G.A.
Oliveira J.C.
Nunes J.E.D.
Baldissera V.
Perez S.E.A.
Abstract: This study aimed to evaluate the viability to use Uchi-komi (UK) in the evaluation of the judo endurance performance and using lactate threshold the analysis of the blood lactate ([Lac]) and heart rate (HR) determined through a lactate minimum test. The subjects were a group of 6 male, volunteer judokas, from 25.17 ± 5.76 years old, weight 84.50 ± 23.78 kg and height 1.78 ± 0.10 m, competitors of different levels of performance (from regional to international competitions) and match experience of (11 ± 6) years old. Three tests were performed: a) 3000 m dash in track, b) the adapted test of lactate minimum for running and c) for UK, with execution of the blow ippon-seoi-nague. No significant difference was evident for the track tests and UK in relation to blood lactate and heart rate (p > 0.05) (3.87 ± 0.38 vs 4.17 ± 0.54 mmol·L -1 and 167 ± 2 vs 152 ± 7 b·min -1, respectively). In conclusion it is stressed that: 1) The specific test for lactate minimum in judo sport is a promising possibility of aerobic capacity evaluation and a instrument of intensity training control; 2) The metabolic profile in V lm and UKlm is similar, because there are not differences in the [Lac] and in the HR at this intensity; 3) It is possible to estimate the training intensity through the determination of the lactate minimum intensity in running (V lm) and the Heart Rate associated (HR) from the execution of ippon-seoi-nague (uchi-komi) in judo training; 4) The V lm for judo athletes is approximately 88% of the V 3000. © Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (2007) 6(CSSI-2).
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Date Issue: 2007
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