COMPARISON OF RESTING BLOOD LACTATE CONCENTRATION WITH DIFFERENT RECOVERY PATTERNS AFTER 600 METERS UPHILL AND DOWNHILL SPRINT RUN
Sujay Bisht, Phd* and Ramesh Chand Yadav, Phd
[Purpose] This study was undertaken to compare resting blood lactate concentration with different static recovery patterns after 600 meters uphill and downhill sprint run. [Subjects and Methods] Five undergraduate male students were regularly engaged in conditioning program and different physical activity were selected as a subjects, blood sample were collected from each subject at four different stages: at rest and after static different recovery patterns i.e. 1 minute, 10 minutes, 20 minutes and 30 minutes. [Results] The blood lactate concentration found significant differences when compared resting to the different static recovery patterns. [Conclusion] Blood lactate accumulation has suddenly improve during high intensity work and it has slowly reduced as well as recovery pattern will be improve. Higher lactate accumulation (Thresh hold) in blood was reached (11.58 mmol·l-1) at 10 minute recovery pattern.
Keywords: Blood lactate concentration, Static recovery patterns.
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