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トレ-ニングに伴う中長距離走の競技成績の変動とV^^・O_2 max,換気性閾値および乳酸性閾値の関連性


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Title: トレ-ニングに伴う中長距離走の競技成績の変動とV^^・O_2 max,換気性閾値および乳酸性閾値の関連性
Other Titles: トレーニングに伴う中長距離走の競技成績の変動とVO2max、 換気性閾値および乳酸性閾値の関連性 / The Relationship between the Change of Endurance Performance and VO2max, Ventilatory Threshold, Lactate Threshold with Training
Authors: 小原, 達朗
Authors (alternative): Obara, Tatsuro
Issue Date: 31-May-1990
Publisher: 長崎大学教育学部
Citation: 長崎大学教育学部自然科学研究報告. vol.43, p.35-45; 1990
Abstract: Six male and four female middle and long distance runners in university were examined to change of endurance performance, VO2max, ventilatory threshold (VT), and lactate threshiold (LT) with eight months training. They were trained the interval running of 1000m and the pace running durinng 60 minutes in addition to the ordinary training. The results as follows. 1. The values of VO2max, in male and female in this study were 71.17ml/kg/min and 65.95ml/kg/min,respectivery. The values of % VO2maxVT and % VO2maxLT in male were 85.0 %, and82.0%, and in female were 87.5 % and 83.7 %, respectivery. 2. The values of VO2max didn't significantly increased. The values of VO2VT, % VO2maxVT and VO2LT significantly increased in 26.4 %, 12.4 %, and 16.0 %, respectivery during eight months. 3.VO2max and VO2VT were correlated with the all endurance performances. VO2LT was only correlated with 3000m. % VO2maxVT and % VO2maxLT were not correlated with the all endurance performances. 4. The quantity of change in endurance performance were not similarity correlated with VO2max, VT, % VO2maxVT, LT, and % VO2maxLT. The results suggested that the study of endurance training should be consider the method of training and the characteristics of runners to be concerned with the endurance performance and high VO2max and high AT in the athlets.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/32360
ISSN: 0386443X
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
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Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/32360

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