Presentation on theme: "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."— Presentation transcript:
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)
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)
Summary FH mostly aerobic (frequently running/walking) ATP-PC for stick work and changing direction Glycolytic for longer sprints and repeated sprints
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