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[ Article ] Changes and Recovery in Fitness Capacities following a series of Handball matches played in the Sub-tropical climate by Division 1 amateur players.

Date de soumission: 24-02-2017
Année de Publication: 2015
Entité/Laboratoire Unité d'exploration Respiratoire Santé et Sport (URSS)
Document type : Article
Discipline(s) : Anatomie(cytologie, hystologie, embryologie...) & Physiologie
Titre Changes and Recovery in Fitness Capacities following a series of Handball matches played in the Sub-tropical climate by Division 1 amateur players.
Auteurs NOUATIN BASILE [1], GOUTHON N. M. POLYCARPE [2], AMOUSSOU-GUENOU KOFFI DANIEL [3], DANSOU HOUNDJOVI PIERRE [4], Messan Folly [5], FALOLA JEAN-MARIE [6], TONON AFFIDÉHOMÉ BRIGITTE [7], BIO NIGAN ISSIAKO [8], AREMOU ADOLPHE MANSOUROU [9],
Journal: JOURNAL BIOLOGY OF EXERCISE
Catégorie Journal: Internationale
Impact factor: 0
Volume Journal: 11
DOI: http:doi.org/10.4127/jbe.2015.0089
Resume The objective of this study was to determine in amateur handball players, the changes in fitness capacities and physiological data, during a series of three consecutive matches, as well as the rates of restoration reached after a 24-hour recovery. the study sample included 17 senior players (23.5 ± 0.7 years; 176.4 ± 6.7 cm; 73.4 ± 9.2 kg). they were randomly distributed in two teams a and B, to play the series of experimental matches, 24 hours apart. the players ran a 30-m sprint and took repeated sprint ability test, before the first and at the end of the third match. We measured the squat and counter movement jump heights, the physiological parameters before and just at the end of all the matches. the performances at the 30-m sprint and jump tests decreased non-significantly (p > 0.05) between the beginning and the end of the three matches. The repeated sprint ability was reduced by 9.3% between the initial measurement and that of the end of the 3rd match. After a 24-hour recovery, the difference with the initial performance was always of the same order as that of the end of the 3rd match. In the context of this study, there was no cumulated effect of the matches on the fitness capacities measured. the results suggest that the trainers systematically integrate in the training schedules of these handball players, physical preparation and fitness work items that favour fast inter-efforts recovery.
Mots clés Handball, Fatigue, Recovery, Repeated sprint ability, Jump.
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