Research Journal of Biological Sciences

Year: 2008
Volume: 3
Issue: 5
Page No. 457 - 461

The Effect of Aquatic and Land Plyometric Training on Physical Performance and Muscular Enzymes in Male Wrestlers

Authors : Mohammad Yaser Shiran , Mohammad Reza Kordi , Vahid Ziaee , Ali-Asghar Ravasi and Mohammad Ali Mansournia

Abstract: The purpose of this investigation was to compare Aquatic and Land plyometric training on performance and muscular injury in club wrestlers. For this reason 21 club wrestlers were selected voluntary and divided to two exprimental groups ( Land plyometric training (n = 7) Aquatic plyometric training ( n= 7)) and control group (n = 7) randomly. The mean (standard deviation) of age was 20.3 (3.6), height 169 (5.3), weight 65.3 (8.8). Exprimental groups trained four main skills of plyometric training including depth, star, rocket and squat jumps for five weeks and 3 times per week and 40 to 45 min in per session and control groups had their routine training. For determination the effects of plyometric training were measured strength, speed, agility, Fatigue index, peak and mean power and to evaluate Pathogenesis of these training inflammatory enzymes including CK, LDH were measured. The analyzing of data by ANOVA and T test showed: There was no significant difference between 2 model of plyometric training (Aquatic and Land) in performance and risk of muscle injury in male club wrestlers. Aquatic plyometrics provided the same performance enhancement benefits as land plyometrics with less muscle soreness.

How to cite this article:

Mohammad Yaser Shiran , Mohammad Reza Kordi , Vahid Ziaee , Ali-Asghar Ravasi and Mohammad Ali Mansournia , 2008. The Effect of Aquatic and Land Plyometric Training on Physical Performance and Muscular Enzymes in Male Wrestlers. Research Journal of Biological Sciences, 3: 457-461.

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