Journal of Sports Science and Nutrition

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Journal of Sports Science and Nutrition

2022, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part B

Effect of short interval training by Barlov style and hill repetitions to developing strength endurance, speed endurance and endurance of the 800 m youth runners


Author(s): Dr. Saif Sabaar Naje and Dr. Ahmed Hakim Abdulwahid

Abstract: Introduction The process of preparing and developing players and improving their achievements is subject to a variety of different methods and methods in a single training unit, provided that they are consistent with the biomotor abilities of the age group and training level. The 800 m competition is one of the competitions that has distinctive training characteristics that require high training and one of its most important requirements is the possibility of continuing the performance in the shortest time despite the long distance, including the ability (endurance of force, endurance of speed and endurance of ability). The training modernity witnessed by the world and evident through the records achieved in all competitions came to work with a diversity of training methods, so this study was based on the adoption of two different methods in an attempt to develop these capabilities, namely the Barlov method and the method of hill repetitions by adopting short distances with high intensity and the regulated rest period to reach the achievement Muscular adaptations resulting from the development of energy production by the lactic system, which enhances the economic runners with effort and control of their steps according to the division of the distance along the length and duration of the competition. After reviewing some training curricula and watching and analyzing local tournaments, the researcher found that these exercises still lack the adoption of modern training methods that have led to a steady improvement in the capabilities studied in the research, especially that the researcher is a trainer and academic for these competitions. There is no solution to this problem except by achieving the following goals: preparing exercises with short intervals in the style of Barlov and hill repetitions to develop some biomotor abilities (strength endurance and speed endurance) as well as endurance of ability) to identify the statistical differences of exercises with short intervals in the style of Barlov and hill repetitions in the development of some biomotor abilities (strength endurance) and endurance of speed) as well as endurance of the ability of the 800 m youth runners, as for the research hypotheses for these exercises with short intervals and the two methods Barlov and hill repetitions a positive effect in improving some of the biomotor abilities (endurance of strength, endurance of speed and endurance of ability) for the 800 m youth runners, and with regard to the conclusions, the contribution of the exercises of hills repetitions in bringing about improvement was the achievement of (800 m) youth, the contribution of trainings The method of repetition of the hills in improving the variables investigated (endurance of force, endurance of speed and endurance of ability).

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Dr. Saif Sabaar Naje, Dr. Ahmed Hakim Abdulwahid. Effect of short interval training by Barlov style and hill repetitions to developing strength endurance, speed endurance and endurance of the 800 m youth runners. J Sports Sci Nutr 2022;3(2):81-85.
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