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Barzegar Pour H R, Hovanloo F, Rajabi H, Asgarzadeh N. The effect of twelve session high intensity interval training in haypoxic and normoxic conditions on anaerobic performance in athletes. jsmt. 2016; 14 (11) :15-26
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The aim of the present research is comparing the effectof periodic trainingin hypoxic and normoxic conditions on anaerobic performance of athletes .Subjects of this research were 16 male volunteer students.Subjects were divided to two groups of eight by exercising in hypoxic condition(H 3300) normocytic.Anaerobic performance (peak power, average power) through the Wingate test and lactate concentration were measured before and after the Wingate test.After 24 hours in hypoxic condition,and after 48 hours in normoxic condition the measures of W max  were determined.The intensity of exercises in both groups (one minute with intensity of 80% -85% Wmax, and two minutes with 50% Wmax) and exercise duration (30 minutes)were equalized. The training program consisted of 12 sessions in a row. After that the pre-test variables were measured again .After testing the normal distribution given by Kolmogorov – Smirnov test, dependent and independent t-Test with a confidence level of 0.05 ≥ p showed that this training improved aerobic performance in both groups, also five minutes after the Wingate test lactate concentration was decreased in both groups, but there was no difference between the 12 sessions of the periodic training in hypoxic and normoxic conditions on anaerobic performance. So it can be stated that the training used in this study can improve the anaerobic performance, but the severity and duration of hypoxia used in this study was not so much to improve anaerobic performance in hypoxic group more than normocyticone

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Received: 2017/06/11 | Accepted: 2017/06/11 | Published: 2017/06/11

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