|Beneficial effect of re-warm-up at half time for sprint performance|
Soccer players have been reported to perform less high-intensity running at the beginning of the second half compared with the first half of a match. Such an effect is likely due to a decline in muscle temperatures during half time.
This study demonstrates that when players perform 6-8 min of low/medium-intensity activities at half-time, they can maintain their muscle temperature and preserve their sprinting ability in the initial phase of the second half, which is in contrast to players, who are little active during half-time.
Recommendations: Players should perform aerobic moderate-intensity exercises in the last 6-7 minutes of half time.
Mohr M, Krustrup P, Nybo L, Nielsen JJ, Bangsbo J.
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