Adopting the theory of modern sport training and the basic characteristics of rowing,the main factors,training times,contents,training load and measures that will affect the adjustment in the training of the elite rowers before competition were analyzed.
METHODS: Twenty male athletes aged from 17 to 22 were selected from Shandong Aquatic Sports School between March 4th and 24th in 2004, including 8 ones for skin boat and 12 ones for racing boat, and were randomly divided into experimental group and control group by digital table, with 10 in each group.
Gig athletes conducted 2000 m movements on the ergometer with the frequency of 26 times per minute. Track & field athletes carried out three times of 300-meter running with 90% of intensity with 3-minute intervals. Immediately after movements, the lactic acid value was measured following blood collection.
500 m performance of gig athletes detected by the ergometer, and 100 m and 200 m full-speed running performance of track & field athletes at luteal phase were superior to those at follicular phase, but no significant difference was found in 2000 m performance of gig athletes.
To observe the level of serum immune indexes IgA,IgG,IgM,and some of the blood biochemical indexes Hb,BUN,T,C,T/C after different training phrases,the subjects are women gigplayers of rower group of Hubei province(10 persons) during the closed preperation for the tenth national game.
The reaction of rower was between middle distance runners and jumpers. The reaction of middle distance runners was lower,and heart rate keep under 140 beat/min. The value of blood lactate was under 7mmol/L,which was the typical balance state of blood lactate.
The mechanical work which is produced by the muscle during shortening is produced by the so-called myosin cross-bridges, which appear to attach to actin, change their angle, and then detach in a cyclical "rowing-boat" manner.
Even though the number of injuries encountered by elite and competitive rowers appears to have increased over the past 20 years, rowing-specific research has been very limited in its scope and ability to guide practitioners caring for these athletes.
In Study 1, one hundred four women rowers participating in the World Indoor Rowing Championships completed the Social Physique Anxiety Scale (SPAS; Hart et al., 1989) and a demographic questionnaire.
As an example of one easily understood thrust mechanism, the drag inducing pair of rowing legs in water beetles is morphologically and hydrodynamically analysed.
To determine whether it was possible using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to define the pattern of muscle recruitment in a specific sport (rowing) and to see whether there were differences in this pattern between athletes of different experience.