Proceedings of the 2018 4th International Conference on Education Technology, Management and Humanities Science (ETMHS 2018)

A preliminary study on the characteristics of plateau training for Canoe

Authors
Yabin He, Shuai Liu, Guoqin Jiang
Corresponding Author
Yabin He
Available Online April 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/etmhs-18.2018.113How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Canoe; Plateau training; Feature
Abstract
Canoeing is an aerobic, anaerobic hybrid project in the training and competition on the human body aerobic capacity and oxygen lactic acid capacity requirements are high. Recognizing the concept of plain education in plateau training and improving athletes' aerobic ability, strength endurance and special skills, laying a solid foundation for the development and improvement of comprehensive athletic ability during the competition period. Altitude training refers to the purposeful and systematic organization of athletes in areas with suitable altitude and carrying out regular special sports training methods. This study can make more people understand the congenital physiological conditions of high altitude, mainly in; cardio-pulmonary function, tall, well adapted to aerobic items - water aerobics project. For the future national team aerobic project selection to provide a theoretical basis. Secondly, the time of plateau training is different from the time and intensity of general plain training. This study can make more coaches and athletes understand the difference between plateau training and plain training in order to arrange training more scientifically in later training Time and training content.
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