Razlike u funkcionalnim sposobnostima džudista različitog uzrasta

Volume 1, Issue 1 (2011)

Razlike u funkcionalnim sposobnostima džudista različitog uzrasta
Milovan Bratić, Mirsad Nurkić, Nemanja Stanković
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Džudo je eksplozivni sport koji zahteva visok nivo anaerobnog kapaciteta, zbog čestih naprezanja velikog intenziteta, ali i dobro razvijenu aerobnu izdržljivost zbog efikasnog procesa oporavka između uzastopnih mečeva. utvrditi razlike u funkcionalnim sposobnostima džudista, različitog hronološkog uzrasta, tokom pripremnog perioda. Uzorak ispitanika činilo je ukupno 60 džudista (30 kadetskog i 30 juniorskog uzrasta). Parametri anaerobnog kapaciteta (maksimalna i prosečna snaga) procenjivani su laboratorijskim Vingejt testom, dok je aerobna izdržljivost procenjivana standardizovanim višestepenim testom na ručnom i nožnom bicikl-ergometru.

Analiza dobijenih podataka pokazala je da džudisti juniorskog uzrasta u odnosu na kadete imaju statistički značajno veće vrednosti parametara relativna maksimalna i relativna prosečna snaga. Međutim, džudisti kadetskog uzrasta su imali značajno bolje vrednosti maksimalne potrošnje kiseonika, kao parametara aerobne izdržljivosti, u odnosu na juniore. Dobijeni rezultati ukazuju na neophodnost povećanja obima aerobnih treninga kod džudista juniorskog uzrasta, u cilju povećanja izdržljivost koja je neophodna za turniski tip takmičenja.

Ključne riječi: 
džudo, anarobni kapacitet, aerobna izdržljivost, testiranja
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