Physiological Responses of College Male Basketball Athletes’ Sport-Specific Aerobic Interval Training

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 217)

Abstract

At present, basketball in the community has been getting more and more attention, and there are more and more college basketball games. Therefore, how to enhance the physical fitness of basketball players and basketball skills has gained the widespread concern of the community. This paper made a comparison test on the university’s male basketball athletes in this article from a specific sport aerobic gap training starting from the maximum running speed, vertical jump height, agility and repeated sprint ability of several projects to test the physiological responses of male basketball players, which will lay a good foundation to strengthen training, learn from each other, and to avoid issues such as errors in the game of basketball, basketball player to be sport-specific training to strengthen the physical endurance of its special qualities, so that they can fight fatigue, maintain a long focus, and play to their competitive level in basketball races.

Keywords

Aerobic Interval training Comparative analysis Repeated sprint ability 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Jiujiang Vocational and Technical CollegeJiujiangChina

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