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THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ANAEROBIC CAPACITY IN TRAINED AND UNTRAINED SUBJECTS

DOI: 10.7439/ijbr.v3i2.310

Keywords: Keywords: Anaerobic capacity (AC) , Bicycle ergo meter (Martin)

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Aim: To evaluate anaerobic capacity in trained and untrained subjects Methods and Materials: In the present study 40 healthy male subjects were selected between the age group 20-22 years. Average Weight is 65 kg ±2. Average height is 167 cm ±2. One group is not having any regular specific physical exercise and the second group which includes subjects who regularly do the cycling for 30 minutes all days in a week since 6 months. Subjects attended the physiology department daily between 8-8.30 am without breakfast. The subjects were asked to warm up by peddling the bicycle ergo meter for 2-4 minutes. Next the subjects were asked to rest for 3-5 minutes. Then the subjects were peddled the bicycle ergo meter all-out as fast as they can without any resistance applied to the fly wheel once the subjects reaches full speed now we have applied predetermined resistance to the fly wheel, subjects are peddled the bicycle ergo meter with full speed for 30 seconds. An electrical counter records the number of fly wheel revolutions for 30 seconds. AC = Force x Distance 4 Results: P value of AC is 0.001 Conclusion: AC is higher in trained subjects than in untrained subjects. Keywords: Anaerobic capacity (AC), Bicycle ergo meter (Martin)

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