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Facta universitatis - series: Physical Education and Sport
2007, vol. 5, br. 1, str. 37-46
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: naučni članak

Efekat različitih intervala odmora između setova na trenažni volumen muških sportista
Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Kurdistan University, Sanandaj, Iran

e-adresa: rahman.rahimi@yahoo.com

Sažetak

Za istraživanje efekata različitih intervala odmora između setova na trenažni volumen izvršenih u toku treninga, posluzilo je 11 bodibildera / Mean ±SD starosti = 22 ±1.4 godine; mase = 75±7.6 kg). Svi ispitanici izvodili su minimum 3 treninga nedeljno za prethodne 2 godine. Dobijeni podaci sakupljani su u periodu od četiri nedelje na 4 testiranja svake nedelje. U prvoj nedelji testiran je (1RM) u Bench Press (BP), Arm Curl (AC), Millitary Press (MP) i Leg Press (LP). Svake od sledeće tri nedelje izvršena su četiri testiranja (subota, ponedeljak, sreda i petak), u toku kojih četiri seta vežbanja je izvedeno sa 85% od 1RM opterećenja, a na svakom testiranju izvođeno je samo jedno vežbanje. U toku svakog testiranja, vežbe su bile izvođene sa 1,2 ili 5 - minutnim intervalom odmora između setova. Trenažni volumen koji se definiše kao broj ponavljanja izvršenih u 4 seta, je meren za svaki uslov odmora i za svako vežbanje. Statistička analiza bila je sprovedena odvojeno za trenažne volumene za svako vežbanje. Univarijantna analiza varijanse (ANOVA) sa Boniferroni Post Hocs pokazuje značajnu razliku između trenažnih volumena za svaki uslov odmora i testirano vežbanje (p<0,05). Petominutni odmor između setova rezultira u najvišem trenažnom volumenu izvršenom za sva vežbanja sledeći opadajući niz sa dvominutnim i jednominutnim uslovima odmora. Naš primarni rezultat podržava produženi interval odmora kao strategiju za povećanje trenažnog volumena za koji se veruje da menja i stimuliše veću snagu i hipertrofičnu adaptaciju. Prema tome, sportisti koji su uključeni u program treniranja dizanjem tegova za poboljšanje maksimuma snage moraju biti upoznati da trajanje intervala odmora između setova je kritična komponenta za program treniranja sa opterećenjem i ovaj faktor može rukovoditi dugotrajnim volumenom rada.

Ključne reči

interval odmora; volumen treninga; trening snage

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