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Objective; The purpose of this study is to examine effectiveness of wrestelers' recovery and regeneration process on the following day of the intensive training in terms of accelarating the elemination of lactic acid (sweat training). Desing and Method; Twenty (n:20) elite athletes voluntarily participated in research. Two groups were formed as elimination (n:10) one and control (n:10) one. The average age of the elimination group was 19.7±1.2 years, the average sport age 7.4±2.5 years, height 1.77±0.1 cm., body weight 82.2±9.6 kg. The average age of the control group was 20.5±1.3 years, the average sport age 8.6±2.2 years, height 1.72±0.1 cm, body weight 72.4±12.2 kg. In research, before training and after, the data of lactic acid, (passive) rest and (active) maximal pulse were taken. Results; While the values of the elimination and control groups were compared, a significant difference was statistically found among the values of lactic acid before training, the rest (passive) pulse before training (p<0.05). Conclusion;Based on the data acquired, in the result of our study, it is determined that the reference values that the athletes, who perform lactic acid elimination training in wrestling, will be able to use in the future. We consider that it would be useful to perform additionally lactic acid training for the athletes who perform an intense wrestling training.
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