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International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2019, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part U

A physiological analysis of 5000 M runners

AUTHOR(S): Dr. Rajender Singh Sekhon and Rajesh Godara
ABSTRACT:
It is widely accepted that endurance performance is influenced by aerobic power (VO2max), lactate threshold, and running economy. Economy of movement is obviously maintained by mechanisms that remain elusive, but they undoubtedly include choices of stride length: cadence, and sources of mechanical power output. Thus there is a relationship between energy expenditure and runner’s running style in long distance race. Running style is important to minimize energy expenditure. Sport scientists and coaches, along with most of the athletic federations in the world have recognized the importance for scientific support in the improvement of athlete’s performance. A greater understanding of biomechanics of sport movement is important for better training techniques, advances in psychological support, and improvements in coaching education. The researcher undertaken the following study namely “A Physiological Analysis of 5000 M Runners” which was conducted on 5000m Runners of Punjab Region of India from age group 18 to 25 years as colleges and found that the data of 5000m race athletes shows that there is a significant difference between resting, before/race just after race and after 2 hours of race/recovery. Blood Sugar level increased and found that there is a significant difference between resting, before/race just after race and after 2 hours of race/recovery. Uric acid level is increased, also there is a significant difference between resting, before/race just after race and after 2 hours of race/recovery. Calcium level increased. It is also found that there is a significant difference between resting, before/race just after race and after 2 hours of race/recovery. Cholesterol level decreased.
Pages: 1130-1132  |  200 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Rajender Singh Sekhon, Rajesh Godara. A physiological analysis of 5000 M runners. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2019;4(1):1130-1132.
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