Anaerobic capacity of young ice hockey players : 10-11 years old
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Anaerobic capacity of young ice hockey players : 10-11 years old by Randy Edward Remigis

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Physical fitness -- Testing,
  • Hockey players,
  • Respiration,
  • Heart beat,
  • Blood,
  • Boys,
  • Skating

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Randy Edward Remigis
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 138 leaves :
Number of Pages138
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14477028M

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Nine ice hockey players aged 15 to 16 years on P.H.K. Prešov ice hockey team were tested for parameters of both aerobic and anaerobic fitness. Anaerobic power was measured using Wingate test. The aim of this study was to assess the magnitude and the direction of changes in aerobic and anaerobic capacity among young (age 16 – 25 years) ice hockey players as a result of a change in.   Ice hockey is characterised by high intensity intermittent skating, rapid changes in velocity and duration, and frequent body contact. The typical player performs for 15 to 20 minutes of a minute game. Each shift lasts from 30 to 80 seconds with 4 to 5 minutes of recovery between shifts. The intensity and duration of a particular shift determines the extent of the contribution from aerobic. A total of 18 male youth elite hockey players took part in this study. For reasons of consistency, only forward players were selected for this project. All participants (N = 18) were in their first year in the elite Bantam age-group category (aged years old). The players were assessed off and on-ice on three testing sessions.

Ice hockey players selected to the team were taller (pplayers in GH1 and controls. Controls showed higher % body fat than groups GH1 and GH2. Controls had a lower level of relative VO2max (mlkg^{ - 1} min-1) (pice hockey players in both groups. The research included young football players (n = 21) and ice hockey players (n = 39) aged to of top performance level. To determine body composition by the BIA method we used the. This colourful picture book is based on the author's seven-year-old son and his capacity to incorporate hockey into all that he does: eating, drawing, music, visits with friends, sleeping and stories. out of 5 stars Simple fun read for a young hockey fan. Reviewed in the United States on Aug Gift for hockey enthusiast Reviews: One hundred twenty-five healthy children (58 boys, 67 girls), aged years old ( ± years), who were self-assessed in Tanner stages , were randomly assigned into two experimental.

Buśko Krzysztof, Szulc Adam, Kamiński Marek. Height of jump and maximal power output of the lower limbs in volleyball players. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. ;5(9) This book is useful for a wide range of individuals of all ages. He includes a few chapters to inspire young athletes (as young as 3 years old) along with vision exercises and games that are age appropriate. My friend is a triathlete, and her son plays ice hockey. They are excited to read Dr. Peters' book and start doing some of the vision Reviews: Sport Specific Performance Tests. With so many tests to choose from, it can be confusing when trying to select appropriate tests for a sport. Below I have identified a selection of sports and suggested a possible test to evaluate each of the athlete's fitness components.   Buchheit M, Lefebvre B, Laursen P.B., Ahmaidi S. Reliability, Usefulness and Validity of the Intermittent Ice Test In Young Elite Ice Hockey players. J Strength Cond Res , May;25(5) • Al Haddad H, Laursen PB, Chollet D, Lemaitre F, Ahmaidi S, Buchheit M.