A. S. Pavlov1, A. A. Petrov2
1Proffessional ice hockey club CSKA, Moscow, Russia.
2Russian State University of Physical Education, Sports, Youth and Tourism (SCOLIPE), Moscow;
Abstract. The paper analyzes data on the dynamics of heart rates among hockey players, obtained in an official game of the Junior Hockey League championship (U20), using the Polar Team Pro monitoring system. In the course of the analysis, inadequately high heart rates in individual hockey players were revealed. The analysis included the minimum, average and maximum heart rates for hockey players, while also indicating their playing position (forward or defender). It was found that most of the competitive work on ice by hockey players is carried out in 2 zones: submaximal (80-89% of maximum) and maximum (90-100% of maximum) intensity. The paper presents data on the percentage of energy supply mechanisms among hockey players during work on ice. The authors of this study noted that the ideas about the fragmentation of the mechanisms of energy supply in the training and competitive activity of athletes are erroneous and do not correspond to reality. It is stated that you need to use the systemic laws of the body’s functioning when building the training process of hockey players, taking into account the specifics of competitive on-ice work. The justification of the use of a remote heart rate monitoring system as an additional method of operational control over the level of functional activity of hockey players on the ice rink is presented.
Keywords: hockey, competition, heart rate, heart rate zones, Polar Team Pro, energy supply mechanisms. Продолжить чтение
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