The influence of interval training on selected indicators of anaerobic efficiency in untrained men

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Henryk Norkowski, Tadeusz Hucinski

The paper presents results of a 6 week interval training program, performed by 12 young untrained men. The training loads included 6 short (8-10 sec.) running efforts with 30-s. rest periods. The main criteria for evaluation of training effects were changes of selected variables (such as maximal power, total mechanical work) registered during the Wingate test. The applied interval training caused a significant decrease in the time of 6x50m running test and a significant increase of mechanical work values in both the non-lactate and lactate phases of the Wingate test.
Key words
men, interval training, Wingate test, anaerobic efficiency,

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