Factors influencing cardiovascular responses during small-sided soccer games performed with recreational purposes

Дмитрий Владимирович Бондарев

Abstract


< 0,017). The results demonstrate that the number of players is a more influential factor than pitch size itself. In this regard, the dose-responses criteria should be considered for prescribing small-sided games as a mean for enhancing cardiovascular fitness

Keywords


soccer; exercise; intensity; heart rate

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