The Effect of Concentrated Liquids Before Physical Exertion on Some Physiological Variables of 10,000 Meters for Young Runners
Keywords:liquids, physiological variables, Effect, young
The objective of the research is to identify the effect of concentrated fluids before physical exertion on
some of the physiological variables of the 10,000-meter runners of youth for the individuals of the research
sample, to identify the speed of the hostile response 10,000 meters to the concentrated fluids before the
physical exertion of the individuals of the research sample. The research sample was determined by the
deliberate selection of young runners in athletics age (18-19 years) according to the classification of the
International Athletics Federation, as the research sample included (21) runners representing Baghdad clubs
and the National Center for Sports Giftedness, they were distributed randomly (by drawing lots) into three
groups, each group consisting of (7) runners, energy and speed of recovery, thus increasing the maximum
oxygen consumption and total energy drainage, sugar and sodium chloride have a great effect on energy
production and thus increase the maximum oxygen consumption and total energy drainage, as for water, it
did not have a significant effect in increasing the maximum oxygen consumption and total energy drainage.
The researcher recommended using concentrated liquids with water an hour and a half before running long
distances. From fatigue and increases the speed of recovery, drinking concentrated fluids before, during, and
after long-distance runs reduces the incidence of fatigue, thus delaying the onset of lactic acid and increases
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