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Title: Efficiency of the bicycle operation under various tactical variants
Authors: Kolumbet, A. N.
Bazulyuk, T. A.
Dudorova, L. Y.
Chernovsky, S. M.
Maximovich, N. Y.
Keywords: cycling
tactics
energy expenditure
economy
aerobic
anaerobic
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Efficiency of the bicycle operation under various tactical variants / A. N. Kolumbet, T. A. Bazulyuk, L. Y. Dudorova, S. M. Chernovsky, N. Y. Maximovich // Physical Education of Students. – 2017. – Vol. 21, No. 5. – P. 219-224.
Source: Physical Education of Students
Abstract: Purpose: to determine the efficiency of the cyclist in various tactical options. Material: In the experiments participated athletes (n = 6) of high qualification (mean age - 19.8 ± 1.3 years, mean weight - 71.4 ± 3.5 kg). As a model of the individual pursuit race at 4 km, a five-minute pedaling on the bicycle ergometer was used. Series of loads was set on the modernized mechanical bicycle ergometer “Monark”. The five-minute bicycle ergometer test is similar to the individual pursuit race at 4 km: according to the time of the exercise; on the frequency of pedaling (110-120 rpm); on the frequency of heartbeats. Results: Tactical variants in the pursuit race at 4 km are considered. The total work in a free test was on average 106.38 ± 3.57 kJ. The operating energy consumption is on average for 379.0±16.1 kJ. The operating efficiency (economy) of the exercise attained on average for 28.0 ± 0.75%. This corresponds to the effectiveness of aerobic work of moderate power. The ratio of aerobic and anaerobic contributions to the provision of work was 77.3 and 22.7%. The smallest work was done in a test with step-increasing power. The athletes performed the closest work to the given job in the test with a variable (±15%) operating mode. The shortfall in it was on average for 0.46%. The absence of reliable differences in the economics of the work did not allow us to identify a rational variant of power distribution for an exercise lasting 5 minutes. Conclusions: Tactical options in the pursuit race for 4 km depend on the features of the power systems of the rider. When optimizing tactics, it is necessary to select an individually optimal variant of the distribution of forces at a distance.
DOI: 10.15561/20755279.2017.0504
URI: https://er.knutd.edu.ua/handle/123456789/8432
Faculty: Факультет підприємництва та права
Department: Кафедра фізичного виховання та здоров'я
ISSN: 2308-7250
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