The Effect of Active and Passive Warm-Up on Individual and Team Sports Athletes' Anaerobic Power

Mustafa Özcan, Mursel Bicer, Mustafa Özdal, Gümrah Şan
2018 Biology of Exercise  
the aim of this study was to investigate the effect of active and passive warm-up on anaerobic power of athletes. Male athletes (n=24) who participated in individual and team sports, participated in this study. age, height, weight, upper and lower extremity anaerobic power measures were applied. three different warm-up trials that were non warm-up (control), passive warm-up and active warm-up were applied on athletes. Between trials, 24-hour resting was given. for anaerobic power measures,
more » ... te test protocol for upper and lower extremities was applied. for lower extremity Monark 894e and for upper extremity Monark 891e bicycle ergometers were used. repeated measures one way anOVa test and Post-hoc lsD correction were used for between warn-up trials analysis. according to obtained data, in all upper extremity anaerobic power parameters, statistically significant difference was determined between active warm-up trial to control trial (p<0.05). In all lower extremity
doi:10.4127/jbe.2018.0130 fatcat:3g4unbeenzha7fhal5wqbgjwby