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Contribution of Energy
Systems in Taekwondo
When are the three systems used?
There are three energy Systems which contribute to the energy required in Taekwondo:
Lactic Acid System:
What is energy?
All three energy systems operate at the same time within the muscle cell. Which method is predominately used to produce energy depends on the type of activity and its intensity and duration. Each energy system has limitations and contributes energy to physical activities in different ways (Amezdroz, 2010).
Taekwondo and Energy
The length of time that the activity takes. Heart rate can be taken during exercise to determine the intensity at which you are working (Amezdroz, 2010).
In relation to exercise it is the degree of difficulty or the amount of strength and/or energy required (Amezdroz, 2010).
Duration and Intensity of each system:
95-100% of max effort
Up to 10 seconds
85-95% of maximal effort
Lasts 1-3 minutes
Over 5 minutes
Less then 85% of maximal effort
Sparring in Taekwondo
Lots of movement
First 30 seconds
A lot of bouncing on the spot
Lactic & ATP
Main Energy System Used in Taekwondo
The Lactic Acid System
Sparring goes for two minutes
Fuel for this system is Carbohydrates
Passive recovery=24 hours
Active recovery=1-2 hours
Components of fitness