The impact of A Training curriculum using the method of Training afattri lactic acid and completion of 100m Freestyle Swimming

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15/4/2015 10:19 AM

The impact of A Training curriculum using the method of Training afattri lactic acid and completion of 100m Freestyle Swimming


 
Submitted By Sudad Ibrahim Sehail Al Kenani



Abstract

Been addressed to the activies of swimming,because you need the integrity of the physical abilities and skill,functional and in particular the effectiveness of the 100 – meter freestyle, as the distance you need to the carring capacity of speed wich is characterized by severity high,so the resulting number of chemical changes,have been addressed to a variable lactic acid,either the importance of research lies in the importance of using the analysis bio chimecal during the period of training and to guide training in the right dirction,and is the research proplem in the presence of weakness in the training curriculum used due to lack of reliance on the scientific basis and not use tests bio – chemical That have impact in the identification of the level of the development and the health of sports. Has the research aims to devlop a training curriculum and to identify the impact of training curriculum in a variable lactic acid and a time of swimming 100 m freestyle.the sample of serach from swimmers aged(14-16)years,representing the national team for the 2010 -2011 seaseon as the number of respondents (7) swimmiers were selected international way,and then applied the training program which took (8 )weeks and by (3) units weekly,the researcher has reached to the method of high intensity interval training has inproved the level of achievement in the 100 – meter freestyle swimming. And also the high concentration of acid in the blood lactic after the effort.



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