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The neural, structural and functional changes happened with the process of aging have led to suggest new intervention schemes with application of aerobic and anaerobic loads. These proposals must be examined carefully because it may cause damage, by characteristics of the degenerative process in accelerating functional dependence.
We evaluated 13 athletes, aged 50-60 and attached to athletics groups aimed to analyze the impact of charges on body composition, aerobic, anaerobic capacity and power, and about the speed of travel. Anthropometric evaluation allowed us to estimate the body compartments and Wingate tests and speed on different sections, helped evaluate the transference of force generated functionality.
The results reveal that the characteristics of anaerobic capacity and power are influenced by the weight of the different compartments and the crosssectional area of the thigh. Similarly, the installment of 30 and 45 meters have a direct and positive proportional to the average power generated, but not with the peak of power. In conclusion, the relationship of anthropometric variables, capacity and anaerobic power (Wingate) and travel speed, allow the analysis of structural and functional behavior of the greatest assets, related to the training regimen.
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