Selected circadian determinants of performance in super league floorball players
Keywords:Sport performance, sleep and circadian rhythms, floorball, super league players.
In the paper are presented results of a part of the international research project W/VSP/161/I researched the impact of lifestyle, circadian typology, sleep and eating habits on the performance of athletes in cooperation of the College of PE and Sport PALESTRA in Czech Republic and the University of Kochi in Japan. The main aim of the presented study was to investigate selected circadian determinants of super league male players on their sport performance. The second aim was to develop and objective an educational material focused on floorball players. 12 males, super league players of AC Sparta Praha, in the age 17 – 27 participated in the study. The survey was carried out in the timeline of four weeks within four educational units when players got the necessary information. Anthropometric measurements, Battery of 3 Questionnaires, Sleep Diary, Intervention program "What can get me to level up?!” and Statistical methods were used for monitoring, analyse, evaluation and prediction during the investigation. The hypotheses were confirmed. In participants were analysed the improving of psychological condition in 10.29 %, in physical fitness in 12.75 %, in sleep quality in 3.65 % and in improving of the selected playing activities even in 48 %. The results declare that the applied intervention program can effectively support the performance and health of young super league floorball players.
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