Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : clikogenic capacity


Training In Accordance With The Method (OBLA) And Its Effect On The Anaerobic Capacity Of The Anaerobic And Cyclogenic And Enzyme (LDH) Of Some Advanced Swimmers In Short Distances

Prof.Dr. Rafia S . Fathi; Prof.Ph.D. Maher Ahmed Al-Essawi; Prof.Ph.D.Abdul Razzaq Jabr Al-Majidi; Ethar Maher Ahmed Al-Essawi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2602-2608

Resse has for years been referring to reports on training programs used in European countries, which are the ideal methods for determining training intensity. Therefore, this study aimed to use the method (OBLA) when using the training program for advanced swimmers to see its effect on the anaerobic capacity of anaerobic and glycogenic and enzyme (LDH). (8) They also used several tools, methods and tests, the most important of which was the training program prepared for eight weeks and four training units per week at the time of each training unit (90 - 120) minutes in which the intensity according to the method (OBLA) was used to determine the training time for groups. For selected depending on the distance measured, and upon completion of this training program was conducted tribal posteriori tests and after obtaining the results were processed and about the researchers reached several conclusions was the most important:
- The OBLA training method in the use of severity has a significant effect on the anaerobic capacity of lactic and glycogen and LDH value.
As for the recommendations, the most important were:
- Focusing on the biological side when using the training intensity that accompanies the time of the training unit and the time of the capacity of the training program