Sports Performance Analysis of Canoeing Athletes: Is there a Difference between Sprint and Slalom Canoeing?

Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the respiratory function, respiratory muscle strength, postural sway and aerobic capacity parameters of canoeing athletes, and to compare these parameters between sprint and slalom canoeing athletes. Materials and Methods: A total of 34 male canoeing athletes that are composed of 15 sprint and 19 slalom canoeing athletes, with an average age of 20.4±1.6 years, were included in the study. Respiratory function and respiratory muscle strength of the athletes were measured with a digital spirometer, postural sway was measured with the Body Sway Module, and aerobic capacity was measured using a breath-by-breath automatic portable gas analysis system. Independent samples T-test was used to compare the variables obtained from sprint and slalom canoeing athletes. Statistical error level was taken as p0.05). Conclusion: The results obtained from this study reveal that sprint and slalom canoeing athletes have similar respiratory function, respiratory muscle strength, postural sway and aerobic capacity. These results can be used as an initial reference to define training program requirements to increase peripheral muscle strength, respiratory function, respiratory muscle strength, postüral sway, and aerobic capacity in canoeing athletes.

Kano Sporcularında Performansın Değerlendirilmesi: Durgunsu ve Akarsu Kano Sporcularında Fark Var mı?

Amaç: Araştırmanın amacı, kano sporcularında solunum fonksiyonu, solunum kas kuvveti, postüral salınım ve aerobik kapasitenin incelenmesi ve durgunsu ile akarsu kano sporcularında bu parametrelerin karşılaştırılmasıdır. Gereç ve Yöntem: Çalışmaya, yaş ortalamaları 20.4±1.6 yıl olan, 15 durgunsu ve 19 akarsu kanosunda olmak üzere toplam 34 erkek kano sporcusu alındı. Sporcuların solunum fonksiyonu ve solunum kas kuvveti dijital spirometre ile, postüral salınımları Body Sway Modülü ile, aerobik kapasiteleri breath-by-breath otomatik taşınabilir gaz analiz sistemi ile belirlendi. Durgunsu ve akarsu kano sporcularından elde edilen değişkenlerin karşılaştırılmasında bağımsız gruplarda T-testi uygulandı. İstatistiksel hata düzeyi p0.05). Sonuç: Çalışmadan elde edilen sonuçlar ışığında durgunsu ve akarsu kano sporcularında solunum fonksiyonu, solunum kas kuvveti, postüral salınım ve aerobik kapasitelerinin benzer olduğu belirlendi. Çalışmamızın sonuçları, kano sporcularında solunum fonksiyonu, solunum kas kuvveti, postüral salınım ve aerobik kapasitelerini arttırmaya yönelik antrenman programlarının gerekliliklerini tanımlamak için başlangıç referans değerleri olarak kullanılabilir.

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  • ISSN: 1300-0551
  • Yayın Aralığı: Yılda 4 Sayı
  • Başlangıç: 1966

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