Effect of concentration of effort on the competing hormone cortisol, insulin, lactic acid in blood of young basketball players
Karbala Magazine of Physical Edu. Seiences,
Volume 1, Issue 2, Pages 151-179
AbstractThe study aimed to identify the effect of identifying the impact of effort competition at the level of concentration of hormones cortisol and insulin, and lactic acid blood of basketball players, and to identify the differences between the periods of the game four in the level of concentration of hormones cortisol and insulin, and lactic acid blood of basketball players has been assumed researcher the effect that there is an effort to compete at the level of concentration of cortisol hormone, insulin, blood lactic acid in basketball players, and there are significant differences between the four periods of the match in the level of concentration of cortisol hormone, insulin, blood lactic acid in basketball players.
The researcher used the experimental method being a method appropriate to solve the problem of the search, has identified the researcher the research community who are the players the school amnion in the Central Union basketball Branch Forum for Youth for the season 2012, and was baptized the researcher to make the experience of a reconnaissance for the purpose of identifying the possibility of laboratory tests for hormones, the fact that there is difficulty to obtain Ketat own analysis as well as on how to pull mechanism to obtain blood samples from the players, and to deal with grades of crude are simple to interpret the researcher used several statistical methods (arithmetic mean, standard deviation, percentage, sprains, test f analysis of variance of the samples interrelated, less significant difference test) and in the light of the foregoing, the researcher to several conclusions of the most important.
The effort has had an effect of competition is clear and direct focus in the level of cortisol hormone, insulin, lactic acid blood of basketball players.
effort competition was depressing variously between the four periods of the game in the ratio of the concentration of hormones and blood lactic acid
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