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The Official Journal of the Korean Academy of Kinesiology 2013;15(3):111-122.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15758/jkak.2013.15.3.111     Published online July 31, 2013.
The Effects of Warm-up and Cool-down Intensity on Anaerobic Maximal Exercise and Recovery after Exercise
Sun-Ae Kim, Hae-Chan Park, Sung-Jin Yoon
Sungshin women's University
Korea University
Correspondence:  Sung-Jin Yoon,
Email: jiss@korea.ac.kr
Received: 7 May 2013   • Accepted: 20 July 2013

This study was to examinate the effects of warm??up and cool??down intensity using anaerobic threshold(AT) standard by which to aerobic and anaerobic energy metabolism.
The subjects of this examination are 13 men who took anaerobic maximal exercise to know effect of warm??up and cool??down. Warm-up experiment divided into 120%AT, AT, 80%AT exercise intensity group, increased by steps from 80%AT to 120%AT group and warm??up control group when warm-up, who measured blood lactate, VO 2 , maximal power and average power. Cool??down experiment divided into AT, 80%AT, 50%AT exercise intensity group, increased by steps from 50%AT to AT, decreased by steps from AT to 50%AT group and cool??down control group, who measured blood lactate and VCO 2 . For better comparison of the differences and interactions between results of two??way repeated measures ANOVA was used to analyze the statistical data, and Tukey method was used to verify the significant analysis.
There was statistically significant difference on overall intensity of warm??up exercise in VO 2 and blood lactate but, no significant difference on anaerobic maximal exercise ability. There was statistically significant difference on overall intensity of cool??down exercise in VCO 2 and blood lactate.
AT exercise intensity group on warm??up expected to have a positively influence on improving anaerobic maximal exercise. At 50%AT exercise intensity group and decreased by steps from AT to 50%AT exercise group to have a positively influencing recovery after anearobic execise on cool??down intensity.
Keywords: exercise intensity, anaerobic threshold, anaerobic maximal exercise, recovery after exercise


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