Home > Journals > Medicina dello Sport > Past Issues > Medicina dello Sport 2021 June;74(2) > Medicina dello Sport 2021 June;74(2):223-34

CURRENT ISSUE
 

JOURNAL TOOLS

eTOC
To subscribe PROMO
Submit an article
Recommend to your librarian
 

ARTICLE TOOLS

Publication history
Reprints
Permissions
Cite this article as
Share

 

PHYSIOLOGICAL AREA   

Medicina dello Sport 2021 June;74(2):223-34

DOI: 10.23736/S0025-7826.21.03808-4

Copyright © 2021 EDIZIONI MINERVA MEDICA

language: English, Italian

Energy system contributions and physiological responses during single and repeated Wingate exercise forms in kickboxers

Necip F. KISHALI 1, Süleyman ULUPINAR 2 , Serhat ÖZBAY 3

1 Department of Physical Education and Sports, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Atatürk University, Erzurum, Turkey; 2 Ministry of Education, Ermenek District National Education Directorate, Karaman, Turkey; 3 Department of Physical Education and Sports, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Erzurum Technical University, Erzurum, Turkey


PDF


BACKGROUND: This study aimed to determine the energy contributions of alactic (PCr_w), glycolytic (GLY_w), and aerobic (AER_w) system during 6-second single sprint effort (6_SSE), 60-second single maximal exercise (60_SME), and 10×6-second repeated sprint exercise with 30-second rest intervals (10×6_RSE); and to compare performance and physiological responses.
METHODS: Fourteen male kickboxers participated in this study. The estimated energy contributions of PCr_w, GLY_w, and AER_w were calculated based on oxygen uptake and lactate values. For 10×6_RSE, the estimated energy demand was calculated both for the entire protocol (10×6_RSE_overall) and for the sprints only (10×6_RSE_sprints).
RESULTS: The main findings showed that total energy expenditure was higher in the 10×6_RSE than that in 6_SSE and 60_SME. The relative contributions of PCr_w, GLY_w, and AER_w were 57.2%, 38.4%, and %4.4 for 6_SSE; 43.1%, 12.8%, and 44.1% for 10×6_RSE_overall; 66.6%, 19.7%, and 13.6% for 10×6_RSE_sprints; and 27.8%, 43.6%, and 28.6% for 60_SME, respectively. Additionally, there was no significant difference between the 60_SME and 10×6_RSE in the calculated PCr payments during the fast phase of EPOC, while an average of 25.1 kJ PCr payments was observed during the rest intervals of the 10×6_RSE.
CONCLUSIONS: Consequently, 10×6_RSE appears reasonable in monitoring the performance of combat athletes and using it as a training strategy.


KEY WORDS: Lactic, acid; Energy, metabolism; Glycolysis

top of page