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https://doi.org/10.26582/k.50.2.13

Shorter sprints elicit greater cardiorespiratory and mechanical responses with less fatigue during time-matched sprint interval training (sit) sessions

Stefano Benítez-Flores ; Catholic University of Brasilia, Águas Claras, DF, Brazil
Arilson F.M. de Sousa ; Catholic University of Brasilia, Águas Claras, DF, Brazil
Erick Carlos da Cunha Totó ; Catholic University of Brasilia, Águas Claras, DF, Brazil
Thiago Santos Rosa ; Catholic University of Brasilia, Águas Claras, DF, Brazil
Sebastián Del Rosso ; Catholic University of Brasilia, Águas Claras, DF, Brazil
Carl Foster ; University of Wisconsin La Crosse, La Crosse, WI, USA
Daniel Boullosa ; Catholic University of Brasilia, Águas Claras, DF, Brazil, College of Healthcare Sciences, James Cook University, Townsville, Australia

Puni tekst: engleski, pdf (1 MB) str. 137-148 preuzimanja: 366* citiraj
APA 6th Edition
Benítez-Flores, S., de Sousa, A.F.M., da Cunha Totó, E.C., Santos Rosa, T., Del Rosso, S., Foster, C. i Boullosa, D. (2018). Shorter sprints elicit greater cardiorespiratory and mechanical responses with less fatigue during time-matched sprint interval training (sit) sessions. Kinesiology, 50. (2.), 137-148. https://doi.org/10.26582/k.50.2.13
MLA 8th Edition
Benítez-Flores, Stefano, et al. "Shorter sprints elicit greater cardiorespiratory and mechanical responses with less fatigue during time-matched sprint interval training (sit) sessions." Kinesiology, vol. 50., br. 2., 2018, str. 137-148. https://doi.org/10.26582/k.50.2.13. Citirano 23.09.2021.
Chicago 17th Edition
Benítez-Flores, Stefano, Arilson F.M. de Sousa, Erick Carlos da Cunha Totó, Thiago Santos Rosa, Sebastián Del Rosso, Carl Foster i Daniel Boullosa. "Shorter sprints elicit greater cardiorespiratory and mechanical responses with less fatigue during time-matched sprint interval training (sit) sessions." Kinesiology 50., br. 2. (2018): 137-148. https://doi.org/10.26582/k.50.2.13
Harvard
Benítez-Flores, S., et al. (2018). 'Shorter sprints elicit greater cardiorespiratory and mechanical responses with less fatigue during time-matched sprint interval training (sit) sessions', Kinesiology, 50.(2.), str. 137-148. https://doi.org/10.26582/k.50.2.13
Vancouver
Benítez-Flores S, de Sousa AFM, da Cunha Totó EC, Santos Rosa T, Del Rosso S, Foster C i sur. Shorter sprints elicit greater cardiorespiratory and mechanical responses with less fatigue during time-matched sprint interval training (sit) sessions. Kinesiology [Internet]. 2018 [pristupljeno 23.09.2021.];50.(2.):137-148. https://doi.org/10.26582/k.50.2.13
IEEE
S. Benítez-Flores, et al., "Shorter sprints elicit greater cardiorespiratory and mechanical responses with less fatigue during time-matched sprint interval training (sit) sessions", Kinesiology, vol.50., br. 2., str. 137-148, 2018. [Online]. https://doi.org/10.26582/k.50.2.13

Sažetak
The aim of this study was to compare the physiological, mechanical and perceptual responses to two sprint interval training (SIT) sessions with very short vs. long sprints, and to verify if those differences could be reflected in measures of acute fatigue. Eleven physically active men performed, after the maximum oxygen consumption (VO2max) determination, SIT5s (16×5s with 24s of recovery) and SIT20s (4×20s with 120s of recovery) in random order on a cycle ergometer. Physiological, mechanical, and perceptual responses were evaluated during and after the sessions. The countermovement jump (CMJ) height and autonomic control of heart rate (HR) were evaluated before and after the sessions. Diet was also controlled through recall questionnaires. During the training, SIT5s exhibited greater HR, VO2, power output, and total work (TW) (p<.05). In contrast, respiratory exchange ratio (RER), rate of fatigue (RF), and blood lactate (BLa) % accumulation were greater in SIT20s (p<.05). The OMNI-cycle Scale Rating of Perceived Exertion (OMNIcycle scale) and Feeling Scale (FS) scores were similar during both protocols (p>.05). A faster HR recovery (HRR) and a higher CMJ height were observed after the SIT5s (p<.05). However, HR variability (HRV) was similarly depressed after both protocols (p>.05). Some correlations between the mechanical and physiological responses were revealed only in the SIT5s. SIT5s was demonstrated to be more efficient as exhibited by greater mechanical responses associated with a higher aerobic activity, when compared to the volume-matched SIT protocol of longer sprints. Simple monitoring tools such as HRR and CMJ could help practitioners to detect differences in acute fatigue after different SIT sessions.

Ključne riječi
high intensity interval training; mechanical responses; physiological responses; perceptual responses; acute fatigue

Hrčak ID: 211358

URI
https://hrcak.srce.hr/211358

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