Monitoring the Skeletal Muscle Damage Marker Levels of Elite Mountain Bikers during Official Mountain Marathon

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Yunus Emre Bağış
Malik Beyleroğlu

Keywords

Mountain Bicycle, Competition Setting, Skeletal Muscle Damage

Abstract

Study Objectives: The purpose of the present study was to monitor the levels of skeletal muscle damage of elite mountain bikers during the official mountain marathon. Methods: The study group consisted of 12 male elite mountain bikers. The implementation of the study was performed during the official 6th International Manavgat Mountain Biking competition on 01.04.2018 in the Manavgat District of Antalya. The blood samples of the athletes were taken before the competition, immediately after the competition, 24 hours, 48 hours, and 72 hours after the competition, The descriptive statistics were given as mean, standard deviation, and minimum and maximum values. The normality test of the data was checked with the Shapiro-Wilk Test. The Friedman Test was preferred among non-parametric tests for repeated measurements in the analysis of the data that did not have normal distribution. The Dunn’ Post-Hoc Test was used to determine the source of the differences between measurement times. Results; According to the results, it was determined that there were statistically significant difference between skeletal muscle damage markers according to measurement times. Conclusion: As a result, it may be speculated that the competition setting is a marker of skeletal muscle damage in elite mountain bikers. Among the bio-motoric characteristics, endurance is important in elite mountain bikers, as a characteristic of their branches, long-term exercise cause that they use heart beat at a maximum level; and therefore, it can be argued that this prepares the ground for skeletal muscle damage marker.

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