2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
The impact of lactate on selected biomotor abilities of national level 400 meter male sprinters
Author(s): Dr. Wazir Singh Phogat and Dr. Shilpi Jain
Purpose of the present study was to determine the impact of peak lactate on the selected biomotor abilities of 27 National level male Sprinters of 400 meter run with average age of 18.9 years. The data were collected from the SAI Schemes and National camp at Sonipat and Patiala on Athletics Synthetic Track. The Peak lactate was measured through the Lactate Scout analyzer and all the Biomotor Ability tests were conducted with standard tools and methods. Descriptive Statistics and Pearson Product Moment Correlation was applied to measure the significant relationship between Peak lactate and Biomotor Abilities of 400 meter sprinters. The result of present research revealed significant correlations (at 0.05 levels) between Peak Lactate with 30 m flying, 30 m standing, 300 meter, 500 meter and Sit-ups for 60 seconds.
Pages: 758-761 | 585 Views 29 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Wazir Singh Phogat, Dr. Shilpi Jain. The impact of lactate on selected biomotor abilities of national level 400 meter male sprinters. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2019;4(1):758-761.