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Background and Aim: The aim of this study was to assess four weeks of high intensity aerobic interval training on aerobic performance in soccer players. Materials and Methods: 18 soccer players (weight: 67.77±5.7 kg, height: 174.22±5.33 cm, age: 21.88±2.24 years, percent body fat: 12.38±3.29 percent) were experienced in Azadegan competitions randomized and divided into two groups (training: 12 players, control: 6 players). Four weeks of high intensity aerobic interval training was performed three times a week at the end of the soccer training sessions. Training intervention consisted of interval training, comprising four bouts of four minutes work periods dribbling a soccer ball. Working intensity was at 90–95% of each player’s HRmax, with work periods separated by 3 min of jogging at 70% of HRmax. The values obtained before and after the training period were compared using Student’s paired and un-paired t –test and ANOVA Repeated Measure test. Results: The results showed that a 4 week training period caused a little increases in the VO2max and Tmax, but hematocrit and hemoglobin did not changed significantly. However, creatin phosphokinase and lactate dehydrogenase decreased significantly after training protocol. Conclusion: It is concluded that four weeks of high intensity aerobic interval training significantly affect muscular damage characteristics in soccer players.
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