anaerobic power

an·aer·o·bic power

(an'ār-ō'bik pow'ĕr)
Maximal power (work per unit time) developed during all-out, short-term physical effort; reflects energy-output capacity of intramuscular high-energy phosphates (ATP and PCr) and/or anaerobic glycolysis.
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Therefore, anaerobic power and capacity of ski racers should be regularly monitored (Patterson et al., 2014).
The RAST was developed by Wolverhampton University (United Kingdom) adapted from the original Wingate test to assess the anaerobic power and capacity measuring the peak power (PP), mean power (MP), and fatigue index (FI) variables (Zagatto et al., 2009).
Also, elite junior wrestlers compared to elite senior wrestlers have a lower and higher aerobic and anaerobic power, respectively (4).
It is stated that there is a negative correlation (r= -0.55) between the Yo-yo test level 2 and maximal anaerobic power evaluated with Wingate test (Karako;, Akalan, Alemdaroglu, Arslan, 2012).
Thirty seconds to one minute of intense exercises like squats, planks, sprinting or plyometric jump squats sprinkled in every five minutes or so of your walk will rapidly get your heart rate up, and over time it may also improve your own anaerobic power, velocity and neuromuscular status.
anaerobic power, muscle strength, endurance, physiological responses such as heart rate, ventilation, oxygen consumption); however, is not clearly understood in another studies (7,8).
Twelve prepubertal boys, 12 untrained men, and 13 male endurance athletes completed an incremental test to determine the power output at maximum oxygen uptake (PVO2max) and a Wingate test to assess maximal anaerobic power (Pmax) and relative decrease in power output (the fatigue index [FI]).
(2014) suggested that two different exercises of resistance training create similar results in increasing strength, endurance, muscle volume, and anaerobic power in young wrestlers.
For their study, Stephens and his team from Keele University and Long Island University Brooklyn had 29 volunteers complete a test of  ( anaerobic power,  a measurement of physical effort during a short period of time where an individual will go "all out." For the study, the anaerobic exercise consisted of a short intense period on an exercise bike.
Dlugoiecka, "Influence of training on anaerobic power and capacity of upper and lower limbs in young greco-roman wrestlers," Biology of Sport, vol.
Before exercise and athletic performance SS is often performed because this is widely believed to decrease the risk of injury and improve performance." [28] However, there is a growing body of evidence advocating that SS exercise has detrimental effects on anaerobic power performance." [3,4,29-31] These negative effects of SS exercise are attributable to mechanical and neurological mechanisms such as reduced MTU stiffness, altered reflex sensitivity and decreased muscle activation." [1,3]
The Wingate test provides basic parameters of anaerobic performance: anaerobic power (AP) is the maximal value one achieves in the first few seconds of the test and represents the phosphocreatine energetic pathway of power development; the mean power is a unit of anaerobic capacity (AC) that includes glycolytic energy release as well; the explosive power (EP) is the speed at which maximal power is achieved and reflects transformation of chemical energy into mechanical work.