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Field Hockey Physiology By Margaret Winter. 80% of field hockey is aerobic & 20% is anaerobic (2) Stick skills and semi-crouched running with stick increases.

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1 Field Hockey Physiology By Margaret Winter

2 80% of field hockey is aerobic & 20% is anaerobic (2) Stick skills and semi-crouched running with stick increases energy expenditure (4) Anaerobic systems needed for changes in motion that occur every 5.5 sec (6)

3 Field hockey is an intermittent sport  Often changing between aerobic and anaerobic movements  Shuttle tests are good for field hockey because they simulate game like movement (2)  Lactate in blood after tests  VO 2 max increases with training (1)

4 Summary  FH mostly aerobic (frequently running/walking)  ATP-PC for stick work and changing direction  Glycolytic for longer sprints and repeated sprints

5 Works Cited  (1) Boddington, M.K, Lambert, M.I,, Waldeck, M.R. (2004). Validity of a 5-meter multiple shuttle run test for assessing fitness of women field hockey players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 18(1),  (2) Koen, Lemmink, Visscher. (2006). Role of energy systems in two intermittent field tests in women field hockey players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 20(3),  (3) Martens, Rainer. (2004). Successful Coaching. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.  (4) Reilly, Borrie. (1992). Physiology applied to field hockey. Journal of Sports Medicine, 14(1),  (5) Spencer, Rechichi, Lawrence, Dawson, Bishop, Goodman. (2004). Time-motion analysis of elite field hockey, with special reference to repeated-sprint activity. Journal of Sports Sciences, 22,  (6) Spencer, Rechichi, Lawrence, Dawson, Bishop, Goodman. (2005). Time-motion analysis of elite field hockey during several games in succession: a tournament scenario. Journal of Science Medicine and Sport, 4(8),


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