ผลของการฝึกเสริมด้วยความเร็วอดทนที่มีต่อความสามารถด้านแอโรบิกและแอนแอโรบิกและความสามารถในการวิ่งด้วยความเร็วซ้ำๆในนักฟุตบอลชายระดับมหาวิทยาลัย / ปิยะวัฒน์ ลือโสภา = The effects of supplementary speed endurance training on aerobic capacity, anaerobic capacity and repeated sprint ability in varsity male football players / Piyawat Luesopha
Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the effects of speed endurance training on aerobic and anaerobic capacity and repeated sprint ability in male college football playersMethod Thirty-two male football players, aged between 18-22 years, from Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University voluntarily participated in this study. The participants were then study divided into 2 groups (n=16/each group) matced by the maximum oxygen uptake (VO2max) from the Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Level1 test (Yo-YoIR1). The participants in the experimental group underwent speed endurance training program (SET), consisting of 6x30 sec bouts of 40 m sprint, separated by 3 min of recovery, twice a week for 6 weeks in addition to their normal training, In contrast, the control group performed only a normal training prescribed by their coach. Before and after 6-week of training, the Yo-YoIR1 test and repeated sprint ability (RAST) test, and blood lactate concentration were determined. Data were analyzed using dependent and independent samples t-test to determine the statistical significance level at p- value < .05.Results: Before the experiment, the mean values of age, height,and body weight were not different (p>.05) between two groups. After 6 week of training, mean VO2max, distanced covered by Yo-YoIR1, mean anaerobic power, tolerance to fatigue and repeated sprint ability were significantly increased (p<.05)compared to before training in both groups. However, the better improvements (p<.05) were observed in the experimental group compared with the control.Conclusion: An additional of 6-week of speed endurance training to normal training twice a week is effective for improving aerobic, anaerobic capacity, and the repeated sprint ability in male college football players. Thus, speed endurance training can be used as a supplemented exercise for enhancing physical performance in football players.