不同順序複合式訓練對籃球選手等速肌力、無氧動力及肌肉損傷之影響

Translated title of the contribution: The Effect of Complex Training with Different Training Order on Lower Body Strength, Anaerobic Power and Muscle Damage in Male Basketball Players

吳慧君, 陳竑廷, 林仁彬, 羅興樑, 鍾雨純

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Abstract

Purpose: Investigate the effect of 6 weeks of complex training with different training order on the maximum lower body isokinatic strength, 5×6s interval cycling, and muscle damage in collegiate male basketball athletes. Methods: Twenty Division I male basketball players of CCU (age: 19±1.5 yr, height: 181.1±9.18 cm, weight: 80.0±12.97 kg, VO(subscript 2max): 57.0±6.27 m^(-1)•kg^(-1)•min^(-1)) were randomly assigned into WP (weight training followed by plyometric training) and PW (plyometric training followed by weight training) group. Both group received two 60-min training session per week for 6 weeks. Pre and post test were carried out before and after 6 weeks of complex training. Data were analyzed by using one-way ANCOVA with α level set at .05. Results: The results indicated that after 6 weeks of complex training, both group revealed significant improvement in knee flexor at 60°& 180°•S^(-1) peak torque (60°•S^(-1):171.4±46.40 vs. 205.7±20.46; 180°•S^(-1):134.8±52.62 vs. 173.2±14.94 N•m), anaerobic peak power (14.0±1.80 vs. 14.6±1.51 W/kg) (p<.05). No significant difference was found in peak torque, creatine kinase and self-reported perceived muscle soreness scale between WP and PW. Conclusions: In conclusion, regardless of training order, complex training can help improve lower body strength, anaerobic power, and no significant difference was found in muscle damage between WP and PW.
Translated title of the contributionThe Effect of Complex Training with Different Training Order on Lower Body Strength, Anaerobic Power and Muscle Damage in Male Basketball Players
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)1-11
Number of pages11
Journal運動生理暨體能學報
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • weight training
  • plyometric training
  • creatine kinase

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