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Levels of aerobic fitness as an unfair parameter in Algerian football training programs

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dc.contributor.author Zerf, Mohammed
dc.contributor.author Bengoua, Ali
dc.contributor.author Mokkedes, Moulay Idriss
dc.date.accessioned 2019-07-29T10:33:26Z
dc.date.available 2019-07-29T10:33:26Z
dc.date.issued 2018-12-01
dc.identifier.uri http://e-biblio.univ-mosta.dz/handle/123456789/12132
dc.description.abstract Aerobic capacity is a vital factor for soccer achievement. Disclose by professionals over VO2max of 60 ml/kg/min recommended as the minimum fitness condition for male soccer players to play at leading levels. Founded on the principle kinetics analyse, which confirms that among competitive soccer players, wing-backs and central midfielders cover long distances at high speed, then by defenders and attackers. Our objective is to test 180 well-trained male senior player, first division Algerian Championship. Dived biased on their postgame. Controlled at the end of the preparatory phase before the start of the Algerian Championship 2016–2017. Tested by Cooper tests to estimate their VO2max and body fat percent (BFP) and index body mass (BMI). As simple tools to control their optional body weight relates to their aerobic fitness. Our results support the uniform of Algerian training programmes aerobic capacity. Conclude through the present founded on kinetics analyse, which confirmed that in competitive soccer players, wing-backs and central midfielders cover long distances at high speed, then by defenders and attackers. Our results show that VO2max L/min was insignificant based on the postgame, where this result confirms to users the negative effect of the moderate-intensity exercise intervention and its consequences on develops of recommended levels of VO2max relative to proper individuals programme fitness helping players to manage body weight or stroke. Disclose by professionals over VO2max of 60 ml/kg/min recommended as the minimum fitness condition for male soccer players to play at leading levels. en_US
dc.publisher Turkish Journal of Kinesiology en_US
dc.subject Aerobic fitness en_US
dc.subject Algerian football training programs en_US
dc.subject VO2max en_US
dc.title Levels of aerobic fitness as an unfair parameter in Algerian football training programs en_US
dc.type Article en_US


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