The impact of competition on the most important effort oxidative enzymes anaerobic and acidic blood handball players
Karbala Magazine of Physical Edu. Seiences,
Volume 3, Issue 5, Pages 206-215
AbstractThe study aimed to identify the impact of the effort through the competition on the most important enzymes for the anaerobic oxidation and acidic blood of handball players. As well as to identify the differences between the effort and before games in the match on the anaerobic oxidation enzymes and acidic blood of the handball players. The researcher used the descriptive manner survey being appropriate approach to solve the problem of the research. Also select the research community who are players clubs Iraq for the Elite League for season 2013-2014 and the 12 Club has chosen the same way intentional and they seemed to Club Central Oil Club and Kufa, Najaf,'s (32) a player has chosen a researcher sample of (20) players after excluding goalkeepers totaling (6) guards in addition to (6) of the dumbest did not participate in the game and through the means of statistical researcher concluded that the impact of effort competition has had a clear impact and directly at the level of concentration of enzymes oxidative stress anaerobic (LDH - CPK) and PH blood for handball players. as well as there is variation in the impact on the effort competition influence was variously between before and effort after the first half and the second on the enzymes and the level of acidic blood and that the best response to the enzymes oxidative stress anaerobic through effort competition was after the second half after the end of any game.
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