Author(s) Name: K.P.Mubassir & Dr. M.Govindaraj
The Purpose of the study is to determine the effects of in-session concurrent training on aerobic capacity and anaerobic power of University and collegiate football players. Fifteen university and 15 collegiate Football players were observed during a lengthy in-session period to monitor the possible interfering effects of concurrent and energy system conditioning on maximum aerobic and power levels. All the subjects performed concurrent training aimed at increasing aerobic capacity and anaerobic power, as well as on before and during the in-session period. The experimental group significantly improved queen collage step test in aerobic capacity and markariaya kalamen step test in anaerobic power for university and college-age foot players introduction world –style foot ball both require a high degree of aerobic capacity and anaerobic power of successful competition. Although strength and power may be relatively easily developed during off-and presession training periods, there was some disagreement and power can be maintained during the long in-session playing periods, especially when amount of energy system aerobic and anaerobic conditioning or lengthy team practices are performed. It has been demonstrated that an acute decrease in aerobic capacity and anaerobic power torque occurred when concurrent aerobic and resistance training was preceded by game of 30 minutes of mixed concurrent aerobic and resistance conditioning. University players has more better then the collegiate players.
Keywords: Concurrent Training, Aerobic Capacity, Football Players.
Cite this article as: K.P.Mubassir & Dr. M.Govindaraj (2018). A Comparative Effect of In-Session Concurrent Training on Aerobic Capacity and Anaerobic Power of University and Collegiate Football Players. International Journal of Recent Research and Applied Studies, 5, 4(10), 40-45.