Effect of special exercises for development of skeletal muscle mass depending on level of urinary creatinine and metabolic rate of handball players muscle
Karbala Magazine of Physical Edu. Seiences,
2018, Volume 7, Issue 12, Pages 157-175
AbstractThe research problem included the researcher's observation of the large number muscular injuries and the inability of the player to work for a long time and unable to overcome the fatigue muscle, which may appear very significantly in the competition phase and the lack of research to measure the important biochemical variables associated with the muscle mass such as ( Metabolic rate, which is a very important indicator to indicate the parity between them and the size of muscle mass on the one hand, and the incidence of muscle injuries and muscle fatigue during overloading, on the other), leading to a large number of muscle injuries and inability to continue T pace one, as well as through access to many sources of scientific research, as well as the researcher noted the lack of presence of research directly to these two variables that could allow workers to know their work functionally and advance through measurement and processing errors training and muscular imbalance and to avoid injuries muscle.
The objectives of the research included the preparation of special exercises to develop the skeletal muscle mass of handball players, to recognize the effect of special exercises in the development of the skeletal muscle mass based on the level of urinary creatinine for handball players, to identify the effect of special exercises in the development of muscle mass structure based on the rate of muscle metabolism For handball players, and the researcher used the experimental method of the two groups. The conclusions - the exercises have a positive effect on the development of the skeletal muscle mass of handball players, the exercises have a positive effect on the improvement of creatinine ratio Polycarbonate in handball players, exercise has a positive effect on improving the metabolic rate of handball players.
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